IOSCO Chair Ashley Alder believes we’re in sight of “a real step change” in sustainability reporting, writes Chris Hall at ESG Investor.
Most banks have insufficient economic incentives to draw down their buffers if they are asked to rebuild them later, says the IMF's Global Financial Stability Report.
Eleven exchanges recalibrated their circuit breakers during the pandemic or as a consequence of it, according to a new WFE paper.
As public support is phased out, the ability of banks and non-bank financial institutions to bear risks and provide financing will be critical, the FSB says.
Indicators of systemic risk and moral hazard moved in the right direction, suggesting that market participants view these reforms as credible, the FSB says.
China has to address questions around close-out netting enforceability, which restrict the use of Chinese government bonds as IM in global derivatives markets.
The report outlines nine options for central banks to adjust their operational frameworks for monetary policy to account for climate-related risks.
Firms across APAC that allocate a higher percentage of compliance spend to technology have comparatively lower overall compliance cost.
Bill Coen, Chair of the IFRS Advisory Council and former BCBS Secretary General, speaks to Regulation Asia about initiatives underway to mitigate climate-related risk in the banking sector.
The paper features case studies of Revolut and Tinkoff Bank, as well as insights from interviews with all eight Hong Kong virtual banks.
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