Regulators can help to mitigate the cyber threat by promoting contingency planning in banking and enabling information sharing among banks and regulators.
Suptech use cases have mainly clustered around misconduct analysis, reporting and data management, according a new paper from the BIS Financial Stability Institute.
The consultation did not yield a consensus among market participants regarding how to address pre-cessation issues related to a benchmark's nonrepresentativeness.
The guide identifies the five most common 'sustainable and responsible investment' strategies used in central bank portfolio management.
Since the previous report, member jurisdictions have made the most progress in adopting the NSFR, IRRBB, and large exposures framework.
Amid warnings from the FSB and FATF, the G20 finance leaders have agreed that no stablecoin project should commence operation until their risks are evaluated and appropriately addressed.
Regulators should lead by example to promote the timely, full and consistent implementation of remaining reforms to support a level playing field and avoid regulatory arbitrage, the FSB says.
Comprehensive trade reporting requirements are in force in 23 of 24 FSB member jurisdictions, and authorities are increasingly making use of trade repository data.
The FICC Markets Standards Board offers guidance to help market participants effectively deal with conflicts of interest that arise within their firms.