The International Organization of Securities Commissions is seeking industry views on the new risk management standards for the non-centrally cleared over-the-counter derivatives market.
Market authorities worldwide are broadly compliant with the universally accepted principles governing the oversight of commodity derivatives market, according to a report by the International Organization of Securities Commissions.
Evolving regulations between Europe’s UCITS and Asia’s new regional system are creating parallel global regime.
Global banking culture faces a generational change of leadership to survive new regulations.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions has launched an information repository for central clearing requirements for OTC derivatives, giving regulators and market participants consolidated information on the clearing requirements of different jurisdictions.
The future of banking will be entirely driven by regulation and managed by compliance officers.
New regulations driving rapid data management changes.
The International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO) aims to explore ambiguities in the rules governing commodity warehouses as well as conflicts of interest due to their ownership, and how those affect the pricing of commodity derivatives.
The growing use of automated advice tools and social media is presenting new challenges to regulators in their oversight of capital markets, the International Organization of Securities Commissions said in a new report.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) asked administrators of Tokyo Inter-Bank Offer Rate (TIbor) and two other financial benchmarks to look into the soundness of their rate-setting approach in terms of the methodology’s design, data sufficiency and transparency.
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