The start of the first Level 3 assessment of the implementation of the Principles for financial market infrastructures.
The Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions on July 9 published a report providing recommendations for regulators to facilitate capital raising by small and medium sized enterprises in emerging markets.
Board faces touch choices caught between demands of regulatory compliance and business performance.
Revealing insights show how banks can’t rely on technology to prevent the next crisis.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) has published a consultation report proposing an updated set of common international standards of best practice for investment funds.
By January 2018, risk systems will have to revise the way they value and account for hedges and other positions on their books.
The second update to the Level 1 assessments of Principles for Financial Market Infrastructure implementation monitoring shows that good progress has been made by the 28 participating jurisdictions.
Expanding due diligence capabilities will require strong data and information resources.
Global financial regulators have cautioned financial institutions against over reliance on internal models for credit risk management and regulatory capital, urging them to evaluate risk with sophisticated modelling techniques.
Asset managers are voicing concern over poorly conceived proposals. Future regulations could bring severe changes to the concept of investment management.
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