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Joint Associations' letter to the Basel TFIR re the IRRBB/CSRBB QIS templates

The IIF, together with the IBFed, GFMA, and ISDA, submitted a letter to the Basel Committee's Task Force on Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (TF

IIF SAG Letter regarding discussion held on November 13 on the proposed revised guidance for Sound Credit Risk Assessment and Valuation for Loans

As a result of the new accounting standards on impairment and provisioning included in' IFRS 9, released in July 2014, and the updated accounting stan

IIF-GFMA comment letter to the two FSB consultative documents on cross-border recognition and on cooperation and information-sharing

On December 1, the IIF and GFMA jointly submitted a letter to the FSB on the two consultative documents on Cross-border Recognition of Resolution Acti

Jordan: Stabilization, Reforms Improve Outlook

Economic growth is improving, but heightened regional security risks continue to dampen business sentiment. With reforms leading to reduced external a

Ukraine: At the Edge

As the economy deteriorates rapidly amid ongoing tensions in the East and with the October elections having failed to reduce political uncertainty, fi

Weekly Insight: Weaker Growth, Uneasy Markets

Euro Area growth-hard slog ahead Japan-reinforcing the first and second arrows Risk appetite tempered FOMC minutes paint a balanced picture Shanghai-H

Argentina: Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel

The debt default, subsequent deepening of interventionist policies and declining agricultural export prices have weakened macro conditions ahead of th

Weekly Insight: Views from Madrid

Equity markets assess relative growth prospects Global outlook - looking for upside China - mixed signals Korea -' BOK stands pat despite yen concerns

Sub-Saharan Africa: Hitting Pockets of Turbulence

This report on the 7 leading economies in Sub-Saharan Africa (South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Tanzania, Côte d'Ivoire and Zambia) assesses the e

October 2014 EM Coincident Indicator

Our EM coincident indicator (EMCI) softened marginally by 0.1pp to 4% in October, indicating that EM GDP growth held up around its Q3 rate going into



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