The Covid-19 pandemic ranks as the greatest threat to global financial stability in 2021, according to a new survey published by DTCC.
Remittance payments from anywhere in the world destined for the UK routed through Lloyds can arrive in seconds with fee and foreign exchange transparency.
The onus often falls on FIs to uncover any links between sanctioned entities and potentially related securities, which can involve a significant data challenge.
The FATF seeks feedback to help identify how divergent AML/CFT measures adopted at the national level add to the challenges of cross-border payments.
ICE Benchmark Administration intends to continue publishing some tenors of USD LIBOR until end-June 2023, which could allow time for most legacy contracts to mature.
A coordinated approach to mitigating Covid-19 risks will be adopted. Capital and liquidity buffer drawdowns are encouraged. Future adjustments to Basel III will be limited.
IFRS 3 Business Combinations does not specify how to report transactions involving transfers of businesses between companies within the same group, leading to diversity in practice.
The DSB seeks to expand its Product Committee membership to include more OTC derivatives users from Asia to further broaden industry collaboration geographically.
The CFTC has extended no-action relief for non-US swap dealers from reporting requirements, and finalised rules for exempting non-US clearinghouses from registration requirements.
FTSE Russell is seeking views on the impact of the sanctions on its indexes. MSCI is asking about the impacts on investment processes.
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