The Task Force said some of the results of its disclosure review and survey are encouraging, but not enough companies are disclosing decision-useful climate-related financial information.
The discussion paper describes the considerations CCPs take into account when planning and conducting default management auctions.
The FSB and IOSCO have separately published reports on market fragmentation as they seek to minimise its adverse effects on financial stability and market efficiency.
The BOJ-ECB phase three study says DLT can improve security in cross-border payments by using payment methods that synchronise payments and lock funds along the payment chain.
Two discussion paper have been issued, one on public disclosures of information on resolution planning and resolvability, the other on winding down large derivatives portfolios.
By laying the groundwork, identifying key goals and developing processes, regulatory change management can be a business-as-usual activity, says Fenergo's Rachel Woolley.
Forward-looking risk assessments are needed in crypto-asset markets to identify trends that may give rise to financial stability and other risks and assess their potential significance early on.
The number of active correspondent banks declined by 3.4% in 2018, bringing the cumulative decline since 2011 to 19.3 percent.
Global association CCP12 says in a new paper that a ‘one-size-fits all’ approach to CCPs is inappropriate, and it is critical to recognise jurisdictional differences.
Almost three-quarters of Asia Pacific organisations have been victims of financial crime in the past year, according to recently published survey results by Refinitiv.