The US Treasury's monitoring list now names nine countries that could potentially be labeled currency manipulators, including China, Japan and Korea.
ISDA chief Scott O'Malia says one year from now, robust fallbacks should be in place for derivatives contracts referencing LIBOR and other IBORs.
Although widespread coverage has been achieved in OTC derivatives and securities markets, LEI adoption remains uneven across jurisdictions, with Asia Pacific lagging.
In a progress update to the G20, the FSB said it is working to identify and develop effective practices for financial institutions to respond to and recover from cyber incidents.
The new proposal will amend the definition of "Outstanding Principal Balance", which determines the principal amount of a bond or loan that must be delivered to physically settle a CDS contract.
The key considerations represent specific areas that IOSCO believes jurisdictions could consider in the context of the regulation of crypto-asset trading platforms.
Over the last seven years, active relationships in the global correspondent banking network have declined by about 20%, and the number of active corridors has fallen by roughly 10%.
The FSB is asking if too-big-to-fail reforms have reduced the systemic and moral hazard risks associated with SIBs, and if they affect the functioning of overall the financial system.
New covered bonds and securitisation deals face basis and transition risks due to the end of LIBOR in 2021.
ISDA is consulting on fallback adjustments for USD LIBOR, HIBOR and Canada's CDOR. It is also proposing to include the SOFR in Singapore's SOR calculation following USD LIBOR's cessation.