The IIF has supported the work of the Basel Committee in ensuring the safety and soundness of financial institutions and markets. The IIF believes that for the banking sector to play its optimal role in supporting the economy, it is critical that the financial system is stable, and that institutions are well-managed and backed by robust buffers for their solvency and liquidity. It is equally critical that banks are not unduly constrained from performing their roles as providers of credit and liquidity.
The IIF convenes a series of Steering Committees, Working Groups and Task Forces to share and develop perspectives on these pertinent issues, and prepares formal Responses on behalf of the industry as part of regulator Consultation programs. For more information, please email the Membership Department at [email protected] for additional information.