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Basel Committee proposes a staggered common equity capital surcharge for systemically important banks, but steers clear of contingent capital
A panel of experts at the Risk India conference in Mumbai believes the ETF market is set for growth in India, but expressed concern about synthetic products
Lyxor and Deutsche Bank invite other European ETF providers to join a conference call next week to discuss the setting up of a new industry body
In the week that three intergovernmental bodies turned their focus on the ETF industry, market participants say they see more regulation ahead
FSB warns of counterparty risk due to rapid growth of synthetic ETF market; also expresses concern about on-demand liquidity in stressed conditions, particularly linked with vertically integrated pr...
The Basel Committee has now agreed on criteria for banks posing systemic threat; FSB agrees on accelerated timetable for G-20 recommendations
Financial Stability Board says more action needed on liquidity, counterparty, structured credit disclosure practices
New York Federal Reserve executive vice-president Sandra Krieger stresses importance of backstop measures to reduce systemic risk arising from shadow banking activities
Iosco members fail to agree on whether organised trading platforms for derivatives should source liquidity from multiple institutions.
US banking regulators expected to require mandatory deferred bonuses and limits on upfront cash under the Dodd-Frank Act
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