A joint report from the FSB, BCBS, CPMI and IOSCO confirms earlier findings that some aspects of post-GFC reform may not incentivise central clearing of OTC derivatives.
Progress to enhance the resolvability of SIFIs is advanced in the banking sector, but most jurisdictions do not yet have a comprehensive resolution regime for CCPs in place.
The central banks of Singapore, Canada and England jointly released a report discussing emerging opportunities for digital transformation in cross-border payments.
The Financial Stability Board has added France's Groupe BPCE to its 2018 list of global-systemically important banks and removed RBS and Nordea.
Regulation Asia held its first ever Awards ceremony on 13 November to recognise technology companies, legal and consulting firms, and exchanges that have helped shape the regulatory landscape in Asia Pacific over the past year.
The initiative to re-platform DTCC's Trade Information Warehouse will "revolutionise the derivative industry's credit market infrastructure", says DTCC’s Chris Childs.
The guidance supports the design and implementation of the risk-based approach for securities products and services, which can create opportunities for criminals to launder proceeds of crime.
Basel Committee report shows limited progress in adoption of NSFR, SA-CCR, securitisation framework, and bank capital requirements for equity in funds.
There is an urgent need for all jurisdictions to take coordinated action to prevent the use of virtual assets for crime and terrorism, the FATF said.
The 'Trade Information Network' is expected to be production-ready by Q3 2019, representing the "first inclusive global multi-bank, multi-corporate network in trade finance".