The IIF responded to the recent FSB consultation evaluating the effects of financial regulatory reform on SME financing.
Today the IIF, together with GFMA, and ISDA, submitted a joint response to the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) discussion paper on the topic of Solvent Wind-down (SWD) of derivatives and trading portfolios.
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) and the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) today submitted a joint response to the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) discussion paper on the topic of Public Disclosures on Resolution Planning and Resolvability.
Today the Institute of International Finance (IIF) submitted a response to the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) on their preliminary draft for discussion on the Global LEI System Concept Paper: Incorporating Banks into the Global LEI System 2.0.
The IIF has submitted a response to the FSB’s Call for Evidence. We urge the FSB to consider specific issues during its evaluation, including market fragmentary trends around the implementation of the TBTF reforms.
The IIF has submitted letters to the G20, Financial Stability Board and IOSCO commending their commitment to address the increasing levels of fragmentation in financial markets.
In our letter we emphasize the importance and contribution of FBOs to the US financial system and we highlight how the scale of the FBO operations has declined significantly since the initial FBO Rules.
The IIF submitted to the Basel Committee and to representatives of the Basel Policy Development Group this letter which sets out the key messages of our advocacy and industry's recommendations for addressing these issues.
The IIF has submitted a response letter to the U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), which is chaired by the U.S. Treasury, regarding their proposed interpretative guidance on the supervision and regulation of certain nonbank financial companies.