The ISDA Common Domain Model for interest rate and credit derivatives has been published, part of a push to standardise global derivatives trading and automate market practices.
A new report from the GFMA and PwC says third-party providers could pose a challenge to banks’ core offerings if banks are not keeping pace with innovation.
The latest monitoring exercise indicates that all banks are meeting CET1 and LCR requirements, but that the biggest banks' capital ratios have fallen for the first time.
The FICC Markets Standards Board, in its 2018 annual report, highlighted key achievements to enhance standards of behaviour in wholesale FICC markets.
ISDA, FIA and IIF members dispute the appropriateness of extending the NCWOL safeguard to equity holders, and debate the size of the "skin-in-the-game" tranche.
The minimum prudential expectations for banks exposed to crypto-assets relate to due diligence, governance and risk management, public disclosure and supervisory dialogue.
23 of 28 jurisdictions that participate in the CPMI-IOSCO implementation monitoring programme have adopted measures for all financial market infrastructure types, compared to 21 last July.
Security expert Pieter Danhieux discusses how firms can improve culture, training programmes and coding practices, to help the financial industry maintain leadership in cybersecurity.
Inconsistent and duplicative regulatory frameworks have led to fragmentation in global and regional derivatives markets, according to a white paper by the FIA.
New paper offers guiding principles on the provision of post-trade services for crypto assets, including on the governance and risk management structures needed to protect market stability.