Jurisdictions have made "only limited progress" over the last year to implement the travel rule in the crypto industry, the FATF says.
Climate risk management will be a standing item in annual prudential meetings with banks. The CAMEL rating framework will be updated.
Banks, insurers and non-bank deposit takers will be required to obtain a conduct licence from the FMA, on top of their prudential licences from the RBNZ.
Reviews underway cover concentration risk in OTC derivatives markets, risk management at futures brokers, and block trading practices.
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