Global work needed on swap data – US Treasury official

Regulators struggling to use fractured reports, says OFR's Mosser

US Treasury
The US Treasury

Regulators are at risk of learning nothing from the masses of data now being gathered on derivatives markets, according to a US Treasury official. Patricia Mosser, deputy director of the Office of Financial Research (OFR) – a unit of the US Treasury set up to measure systemic risks – said the help of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) will be needed if global regulators are to avoid collecting national or regional silos of data that tell them little about the risks multinational institutions

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