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IIF Response to BoE Discussion Paper on 2021 Biennial Exploratory Scenario on Climate-Related Risks

The IIF is pleased to submit our comment letter on the Bank of England Discussion Paper on ‘The 2021 biennial exploratory scenario (BES) on the financial risks from climate change.’ 

GMV: The COVID-19 Recession

We downgraded 2020 global growth from 2.6 to 1.6 percent two weeks ago, ... given a sharp contraction in China in Q1 and slowing activity in the Uni...

Managing Through the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Financial Firms are Responding

The focus of this IIF Staff Paper, “Managing Through the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Financial Firms are Responding,” is how the financial services industry has been responding to date to the pandemic with an emphasis on the role of business continuity plans - including measure for possible pandemics. 

Macro Notes: Russia - Low Sensitivity to External Shocks

Russia is more insulated from external shocks than other EMs but not immune. We expect the economy to contract in ‘20, down from our previous forecast of 2%. Its flexible exchange rate puts Russia at a distinct advantage compared to 2014. Most importantly, authorities have ample policy space to address challenges.

FRT Episode 62: Digital Identity - The Business Opportunity

Insights from the third installment of the IIF’s series on Digital Identity, exploring the positive impact creating business opportunities in the financial service industry.

IIF March 2020 Global Regulatory Update 

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

Economic Views: The COVID-19 Shock to EM Flows

We see very large capital outflows in our real-time trackers. The shock to flows is already more severe than the global crisis and dwarfs stress episodes such as the Asian crisis of 1997-98. As in past global shocks, we will likely see reserve drawdowns. Current account deficits will shrink as funding becomes scarce.

IIF Insurance Update March 2020 

The March edition of the Insurance Update provides targeted updates on IIF insurance activities and events, and highlights relevant IIF publications or related regulatory developments in other fields.

IIF Response on BCBS Crypto Assets Discussion Paper 

The IIF is pleased to submit our comment letter on the BCBS discussion paper on designing a prudential treatment for crypto-assets. 

IIF Letter on EU AML/CFT Roadmap

The IIF responded to the European Commission’s recent consultation on a roadmap for changes to the Union’s AML/CFT framework. 




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