On 15 January 2015, the European Commission published a statement reporting on the latest meeting (on 12 January 2015) of the US-EU financial markets regulatory dialogue. The dialogue involves EU and US officials (including the EU Commission, ESMA, the US Treasury and independent US regulatory agencies) working together to bolster the resilience of financial markets and to advance financial regulatory reform in a consistent and convergent manner. The statement outlines the discussions that took place in a number of key areas, including OTC derivatives, banking and cross-border resolution. Participants also exchanged views on bank structural measures, securitisation, MMFs, AIFMs, benchmarks, information sharing for supervisory and enforcement purposes, the implementation of UCITS reforms and macro-prudential oversight.