The Prudential Regulators and the CFTC release final initial and variation margin rules for uncleared swaps and security-based swaps. On October 22
According to a Wall Street Journal article published this week, foreign banks and funds are becoming increasingly concerned that U.S. regulators will extend their activities overseas and enforce risk mitigation portions of the Dodd-Frank Act abroad.
FSB has published some principles that will reduce reliance on Credit Rating Agency (CRA) ratings in standards, laws and regulations.
The Financial Stability Board (FBS) held its plenary meeting in Seoul yesterday to discuss key elements of financial reforms in advance of the meeting of G20 Summit.
On 12 September 2010, the Group of Central Bank Governors and Heads of Supervision (Governors) - the oversight body of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (Committee) released the much anticipated next generation of global banking rules - the Basel III Accords (Basel III).
The Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS) monitors developments in global financial markets for central bank Governors.
On May 14, 2009 Federal Law No. 74-FZ (dated April 28, 2009) (the Law) came into force and introduced new rules on access of foreign securities to the Russian securities market by amending Federal Law No. 39-FZ (“On the Securities Market”) and Federal Law No. 46-FZ (“On the Protection of Investors’ Rights and Legal Interests”).
In its July consultation paper Disclosure of Liquidity Support (CP0813), the Financial Services Authority (the "FSA") proposed certain amendments to the Disclosure and Transparency Rules (the "DTRs").
Today, the European Commission published detailed guidance on how “Member States can recapitalize banks in the current financial crisis to ensure adequate levels of lending to the rest of the economy and stabilize financial markets whilst avoiding excessive distortions of competition, in line with EU state aid rules.”