Regulators put credit risk transfer in the spotlight

The Joint Forum – a body of international regulators covering the banking, securities and insurance industries chaired by Gay Huey-Evans, head of the markets division at the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) – is due to issue a final report investigating credit transfer over 13 jurisdictions in September.

The report, conducted at the request of the Financial Stability Forum – set up by international regulators in 1999 to promote financial stability – will look into a number of issues.

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