Changes will prevent stakeholders raising 'red flags' to certain proposals
Top regulators want FSB to fix clash between reporting rules and privacy laws
Insurance industry responds to IAIS consultation on key G-Sii measure
Regulatory initiatives welcomed by Australian financial services industry
Market may not give up liquid benchmark of its own accord, regulators accept
Stephan Wolf will lead effort for global identifiers
Swiss Re's Brahin says interconnectedness overstated
Financial Stability Board labelled an 'old boys' club' by US lawmakers
Designation process will be postponed until November
Industry body claims global standards clash with domestic legislation
CRO challenges at Allstate
Commodity trading houses "not too big to fail", research argues
Rights and responsibilities of supervisory colleges should be clarified, say insurers
Trafigura, Vitol and other trading houses unlikely to be captured by proposed criteria for global systemically important financial institutions
Public- and private-sector experts have worked hard over the past three years to develop the framework for a global legal entity identifier system, but more effort is needed to create consistent data standards for financial instruments and transactions,...
Financial Stability Board did not ‘want to waste a good crisis’, claims Geneva Association chief
National authorities have ‘moral obligation’ to introduce systemic risk measures - IAIS secretary general
G-20 pressure and FSB peer review will guarantee compliance of nation states
National regulators to bring existing rules in line with prescriptive FSB policy recommendations on securities lending
International policy-makers should offer clarity on risks posed by different activities, hears Insurance Risk Europe
ComFrame must not be prescriptive if it is to enhance supervision of international groups
The rapid growth of commodity trading houses has led critics to question whether these firms have become a source of systemic risk. But trading houses strongly reject such arguments, and suggest they are little more than paper tigers. Alexander Osipovich...
For the past couple of years, insurers have watched at a safe distance banks struggling to learn their way around living wills. Only last month did they realise the extent to which they will be put through similar hardships. The Financial Stability Board...
International efforts to develop a global capital standard are gathering pace, but the plans are controversial, raising fears that the competitiveness of international insurance groups could be damaged. There are also questions over how any global standard...