FRB-Chicago: Structural Change Could Avert Mandatory Treasury Central Clearing
Tackling one of the toughest questions as regulators seek to reform the Treasury market, staff at the Chicago Federal Reserve bank have released a post concluding that structural change is required before central clearing is possible and that such structural change might on its own facilitate central clearing without the need for an official mandate.
EBA Clarifies How Banks Issue Climate-Risk Bonds with Capital Bonus
In connection with a broader technical review of its capital rules, the European Banking Authority yesterday laid out ways bank-issued ESG bonds could count for capital or TLAC purposes.
New CFT Standards Emerge for Extremist Financing
The U.S. Treasury commended several FATF actions, suggesting the U.S. will move as quickly as possible also to implement them.