Financial stability board (fsb)
It has taken a long time to build support for a system of legal entity identifiers – but now progress is being made, it is important to get the system right, argues David Rowe
Regulators in the US, Europe and elsewhere have pledged to work together to iron out inconsistencies in their various rules – but bankers say a number of troubling differences remain, and time is running...
The Basel Committee is keeping an eye on Basel III implementation, led by its standards implementation group. Nick Sawyer talks to Ryozo Himino, chair of the group, about the monitoring of timelines, consistency...
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The potential for a single default to trigger the termination of derivatives contracts with other entities in that group – so-called cross-default clauses – has got regulators worried. But removing these clauses voluntarily may be resisted by creditors....
Federal Reserve Board proposals on the supervision of systemically important non-banks would subject insurers to a bank-style regime. Insurance risk managers say the rules make no sense for their industry. By Peter Madigan
A global scheme of insurance supervision is proving a hard goal to achieve, with the US and Europe at loggerheads. Ellen Davis reports
Corporates and non-bank financial institutions should be exempted from any margin requirements on uncleared swaps in Hong Kong, say some participants
Eric Pan to oversee international regulatory policy at the agency
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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