This is presumably one in a series. Look also for:
- Gideon Gono freed from caps on money issuance
- European Union freed from caps on economically-suicidal legislation
- Lloyds Bank freed from caps on market-dominance
- Energy suppliers freed from caps on price-gouging
Have Bloomberg (and the financial sector generally) maybe slightly misunderstood the concept of freedom? I'm not sure that it is best used in the sense of "making free with other people's money".