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15 Jun
2016

Jurisdictions lacking the tools for shadow banking oversight

  • 15th June 2016
  • Mark Robinson

On 25 May, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) reported on jurisdictional progress in implementing their policy framework for strengthening oversight and regulation of shadow banking entities. Shadow banking emerged as a financial stability priority following the events of the financial crisis in 2008, when a number of non-bank financial entities entered into liquidation due to Read More

08 Dec
2015

Six years on from the financial crisis… where have we got to and where do we go from here?

Financial regulation remains as complex as ever. Complex new niches such as shadow banking, Fintech, and Over-the-Counter Derivatives, and the increasing interconnectedness of Financial Institutions (FIs) across the world, have led to greater risks to be managed for regulators. With this in mind, how they manage to get ahead of these rapid financial evolutions and Read More

23 Nov
2015

SFTs: out of the shadows and into the light

  • 23rd November 2015
  • Aoife Quinn

The final text for the new regulation on the reporting and transparency of securities financing transactions has been finalised after the Parliament adopted the text of the regulation at its first reading on 29 October. The Council subsequently adopted the text on 16 November and now the industry needs to prepare itself for yet another Read More

31 Jan
2013

Securities Lending and Repos: Illuminating data?

Will the FSB succeed in attempting to bring non-bank credit intermediaries out of the shadows? Now that regulators have this mass of data, what is the next step in linking it and putting it to use? In 2013, global regulators are finally taking a good look at connecting the data dots. The FSB has especially Read More

30 Jan
2013

Shadow banking: it all starts with data

In November 2012, the FSB published its proposals for regulating the shadow banking sector – and in particular the repos/securities lending market – in two consultation papers, collectively titled: ‘Policy Framework for Strengthening Oversight and Regulation of Shadow Banking Entities’. These papers are fundamental in setting the tone for the global shadow banking regime, including Read More

07 Dec
2012

Out of the shadows, into the rulebooks?

Shadow banking could soon force infrastructure upgrades and additional business costs– will the industry find ways to ease the pain? As repos, securities and, potentially, CCPs become part of the transparency agenda via new shadow banking regulation, this could result in infrastructure upgrades and increased business costs looking set to be on their way in Read More