Lexology PRO | Global | 21 Sep 2023
The G20’s Financial Stability Board has proposed a set of measures it hopes will serve as a global standard for central counterparty financial resources and tools for resolution.
Lexology PRO | Global, United Kingdom | 27 Jun 2023
Funds, insurers, CCPs and banks are set to take part in “system-wide” stress testing in the UK, after a spree of crises originating from the non-bank sector, including 2021’s Archegos collapse and last year’s gilt crisis.
Lexology PRO | Switzerland | 27 Apr 2023
A month after the collapse of Credit Suisse forced the merger of Switzerland’s two globally systemically-important banks, the local regulator has said that two emergency plans from among the country’s domestic systemically important banks are not sufficient.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 17 Mar 2023
Financial regulators around the world are stepping in to contain the damage from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. Let’s see how they are doing.
Lexology PRO | Global | 17 Feb 2023
The Financial Stability Board has promised action to tackle the vulnerabilities of decentralised finance, becoming the latest global body to outline its concerns over DeFi risks since the collapse of FTX.
Lexology PRO | USA | 10 Feb 2023
The US Federal Reserve Board has announced its hypothetical stress test scenarios for 2023, including for the first time an extra scenario featuring a market shock to the trading books of the largest and most complex banks.
Lexology PRO | Japan, USA | 17 Oct 2022
The Federal Reserve has issued its proposals for non-GSIB large bank resolvability, the same day it and other regulators gave the go-ahead for US Bancorp to grow even larger by acquiring MUFG’s US subsidiary.
Lexology PRO | USA | 11 Oct 2022
Climate and geopolitical risk dominate the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency supervision plans for 2023, as the regulator calls on its examiners to ensure banks are ready for emerging risks.
Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 24 Aug 2022
The US proposes crypto investment reporting for private funds, a US court ruling threatens FCPA extraterritorial enforcement powers, and the UAE targets illicit finance in the real estate sector via cryptocurrency transactions – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Global | 13 Jul 2022
Systemically important stablecoins must observe “all relevant principles” of a universal set of rules that apply to financial market infrastructures, according to a joint report from two global standard-setters, as international regulators respond to the ongoing instability in the crypto market.