In a letter to the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors, the FSB says the development of post-crisis reforms is “nearly complete”, but implementation progress remains uneven.
China and Indonesia have demonstrated pioneering policy actions and regulatory initiatives, resulting in changing practices at financial institutions, the Sustainable Banking Network says.
S&P Global Ratings says Hong Kong’s approach to open banking makes it hard for third-party service providers to participate, limiting the potential of the new digital ecosystem.
ISDA and EU banking associations are calling for equivalence decisions to be prioritised for Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea, among others.
CLO losses experienced by non-bank investors such as hedge funds and insurance companies could present risks to banks, the BIS says in its quarterly review.
Firms must establish resilience as a business-owned strategic initiative, and be willing to prioritise business resilience over efficiency in some cases, says a new DTCC whitepaper.
The paper makes the case for a "embedded supervision", a regulatory framework that automates compliance monitoring using the information in a distributed ledger.
Although 84% of financial firms have a formal LIBOR transition plan in place, only 18%of them describe their programmes as ‘mature', according to a new Accenture report.
Moody’s says the downgrade of Hong Kong’s outlook to negative is the result of a shift in its equilibrium with China, in addition to the ongoing protests in the city.
Banks need to act now to minimise future climate-related costs and the impact on their creditworthiness, says a new report from S&P Global Ratings.