FSB buy-side plans a 'step forward', says industry group

Investment Association welcomes suggestions to regulate illiquid and levered funds

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Industry groups have greeted the Financial Stability Board's proposals to address the systemic risk of asset management with relief, with the UK's Investment Association saying they represent a "considerable step forward" from plans to designate big asset managers as systemically important.

The FSB put forward 14 recommendations for global regulators in a June 22 paper, focusing on the risks of liquid funds investing in illiquid assets and of high fund leverage. It urges more disclosure and

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