The July U.S. Regulatory Update covers Fed announcements on climate-related financial risk, cybersecurity, digital assets, strategies against illicit finance, and more.
First edition of the Digital Finance Update.
The May 2022 U.S. Regulatory Update covers Fed Announcements on government-wide crypto activities, ongoing U.S. sanctions in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, proposed requirements related to climate-related financial risk, and more.
This note further updates IIF members on the most recent developments in digital assets policy, following on our member-only briefing notes of March 3 on global digital assets policy and March 18 on United States (U.S.) President Biden’s Executive Order on digital assets.
The latest session of the IIF’s DataTalk focused on the potential of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) for cross-border payments.
The March U.S. Regulatory Update covers Fed announcements on climate-related financial risk updates, ongoing SEC rule proposals, Hill hearings on crypto, and more.
Appropriate regulation of stablecoins will continue to present challenges as these assets become more sophisticated and widely adopted.
This briefing note summarizes some of the key digital finance themes that emerged throughout the dedicated digital finance track, as well as in other sessions throughout the week.
The IIF and several other trade associations responded to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s consultative document on the "Prudential treatment of cryptoasset exposures."
Could a Chinese CBDC displace the dollar as the global reserve currency, undermine the U.S. sanctions regime or provide the Chinese government with the ability to increase surveillance on citizens?
This note provides a brief summary of key themes that emerged in the sixth annual IIF Digital Currency Roundtable.