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Entries for 'Market Fragmentation'

IIF Staff Paper Examines German EU Presidency Financial Services Priorities

This IIF Staff Paper examines what the European Council will prioritize in the second half of this year. Although Berlin had drafted an ambitious program – transitioning to a greener economy, boosting digitalization, reforming migration policy and redefining the bloc’s relationship with the UK as well as China – the German Presidency will now instead prioritize tackling the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supervisory Coordination During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Observations From The Global Banking Industry

This staff paper discusses the heightened importance of coordination among an internationally active bank’s supervisors during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests opportunities to continue enhancing supervisory coordination through the crisis and the recovery phase.

Building a Global ESG Disclosure Framework: A Path Forward

This IIF Staff Paper summarizes key international ESG disclosure frameworks and evolving regulatory approaches in major jurisdictions. The IIF encourages the relevant international standard setting bodies to take steps in the coming months towards a harmonized cross-sectoral ESG disclosure framework. 

Sustainable Finance Policy & Regulation: The Case for Greater International Alignment

Given the global nature of the climate change agenda, global leadership is essential to encourage the development of well-aligned and considered regulatory and supervisory frameworks across jurisdictions. However, there are already signs of fragmentation in several policy areas.

IIF February 2020 Global Regulatory Update 

The February 2020 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on current work streams. 

IIF Shares Its Regulatory Priorities With The New European Commission 

The Institute of International Finance (IIF) on February 11th conveyed its financial services regulatory priorities for engagement with the new European Commission in a letter to Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis. 

IIF Responds to Basel Voluntary Sovereign Exposures Disclosure Consultation 

The Institute of International Finance on February 14th submitted a response to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Consultative Document on Voluntary Disclosure of Sovereign Exposures. 

The Value of Cross-Border Banking and the Cost of Fragmentation 

This IIF staff paper evaluates the benefits of cross-border banking, with a focus on its implications for the macroeconomy and financial stability. It also includes policy proposals to reduce market fragmentation and maximize the net benefits of cross-border banking. 

2019 Presidents Report: Speech As Prepared For Delivery At The IIF Annual Membership Meeting

Each year Tim Adams, President and CEO of the IIF, takes an opportunity at the Annual Meetings to share a few thoughts on what the IIF has been working on throughout the year and what to expect from the IIF next year.

GRU Podcast: The Importance of Addressing Financial Market Fragmentation

Debra Stone, Managing Director and Head of Corporate Regulatory Affairs at JPMorgan Chase and Wilson Ervin, Vice Chairman in the Group Executive Offic...
 

 

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