Regulators would have a greater degree of confidence in the consistency and accuracy of the risk data being collected if they used an established industry standard in their reporting requirements.
A new report analyses the four axes of consideration for the design features of all CBDCs, as proposed by the IMF, and the implications each choice has on infrastructure.
The potential for funds to move quickly into CBDC accounts could cause credit strains in some banks and push up interest rates.
ICMA compares the main features and methodologies of official taxonomies and provides five success criteria for use in benchmarking.
An exposure draft from CFA Institute outlines a proposed disclosure framework for ESG-focused investment products.
Measures for detecting proliferation financing risk are designed to help identify sanctions evasion and uncover the beneficial owners of corporate entities.
In its annual Compendium on culture and conduct risk supervision, Starling highlights a shift from ‘detect and correct’ to ‘predict and prevent’.
Non-financial borrowers may not want their cost of borrowing to be driven by thin liquidity in CP and CD markets, says BOE governor Andrew Bailey.
Private financial institutions are encouraged to join a net zero alliance, publish transition plans, phase out of coal, and commit to nature-positive finance.
SWIFT is planning trials in the coming months to explore how its platform could interact with CBDCs in cross-border payments.
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