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12 04, 2024

DAILY041224

2024-04-12T16:38:09-04:00April 12th, 2024|2- Daily Briefing|

Barr, Tillis Warn CFPB Against Mandatory-Arbitration Ban

HFSC Financial Institutions Chair Barr (R-KY) and Sen. Tillis (R-NC) sent a letter to the CFPB today threatening to invoke the Congressional Review Act to overturn any newly-proposed mandatory-arbitration ban from the CFPB, warning that it would violate the CRA.  This is based on the enactment of a reversal of the agency’s prior ban in 2017 which the Members state now cannot be vitiated by any proposal close to the one revoked.

IOSCO Adds CD, AI Workstreams to Revised Work Plan

IOSCO today announced revisions to its 2024 work plan, adding new workstreams to address opacity and illiquidity in the single-name CDS market as well as the integrity, financial stability and investor protection associated with AI along with monitoring financial-asset tokenization.

Daily041224.pdf

18 10, 2021

FedFin on: Global MMF-Reform Options

2023-06-07T15:52:59-04:00October 18th, 2021|The Vault|

Global regulators have now finalized a framework on which national regulators may base the reforms they deemed necessary after the pandemic sparked profound disruptions in this sector.  However, as with the FSB’s proposed approach, the final framework sets few parameters for jurisdictional action beyond a strong plea for action of some sort that would meaningfully address the redemption and/or liquidity risk the FSB continues to believe presents a threat to national and even global financial stability.

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18 10, 2021

MMF18

2023-06-07T15:53:11-04:00October 18th, 2021|1- Financial Services Management|

Global MMF-Reform Options

Global regulators have now finalized a framework on which national regulators may base the reforms they deemed necessary after the pandemic sparked profound disruptions in this sector.  However, as with the FSB’s proposed approach, the final framework sets few parameters for jurisdictional action beyond a strong plea for action of some sort that would meaningfully address the redemption and/or liquidity risk the FSB continues to believe presents a threat to national and even global financial stability.

MMF18.pdf

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