Financial stability board (fsb)
With the increased global threat of risk in the financial and other systems, the OECD calls for a permanent risk body within its organisation
ETF providers have been angered by the continuing focus on synthetic ETFs by regulators such as the Bank of England and the IMF. But they are particularly concerned about the bad press coverage.
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Clearing rules 'won't work' unless US and European regulators can agree on detail, says senior French regulator
A long-awaited set of proposals on systemically important financial institutions is expected to be published by the Financial Stability Board within weeks, but that hasn’t stopped some countries forging their own responses. Nick Sawyer reports
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
New capital and liquidity rules may force risk outside the banking industry – an intended consequence of the regulations. But is this a good thing, and how will supervisors monitor the complex, shadowy ways in which risk can be transferred and transformed?...
Three separate reports from global regulators have warned about the build-up of systemic risk in the exchange-traded funds market, but providers claim supervisors have misunderstood the nature of the market. By Peter Madigan
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