Interview: Iosco’s Andrews stresses CCP resilience and recovery

CCP resolution spells regulatory failure; guidance to follow on PFMIs and CCP stress-testing

Paul Andrews, Iosco

Paul Andrews has only been his in post for around 10 weeks at the International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco) – succeeding David Wright who has gone on to chair European think tank Eurofi – but already the new secretary-general is signalling a shift in thinking.

While his predecessor believed the Madrid-based body should take on a more formalised regulatory role, Andrews expresses an appetite to "get back to setting standards". Under the stewardship of Wright – formerly employed

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