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Iosco’s impact on benchmark governance
Panellists at the recent Markit / Norton Rose Fulbright discussion share their views on how the Iosco principles will impact financial benchmark governance
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CPSS IOSCO - Sibos TV 2013
We are joined by a panel of experts who discuss the CPSS-IOSCO's Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures regulation and explore the issues that have been encountered during implementation.
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Corporate governance and institutional design: David Wright  Secretary General IOSCO
Professor Justin O'Brien - Director Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation - UNSW Australia interviews the IOSCO Secretary General David Wright. This interview was commissioned by the Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR). The interview took place in Madrid Spain, June 2014.
Open Meeting on Two Proposed Rules under Dodd-Frank
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) held a public meeting to consider two proposed rules under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Commission also discussed and approved an International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) report: Principles for the Regulation and Supervision of Commodity Derivatives Markets.
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#5 Audience Question: Investor protection under principles-based approach, BCSC Capital Ideas 2006
Walter Lukken, Paul Bourque, David Wilson, and Stephen Bland respond to a question from Susan Enefer about whether investors gain anything under principles-based requirements. Capital Ideas is an industry conference that brings together business leaders and securities industry professionals. For more: http://www.bcsc.bc.ca/About_Us/Events/Capital_Ideas/Capital_Ideas_2006/
AIMA: Understanding the uncertain global regulatory framework for hedge funds
Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Todd Groome is the Chairman of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA). Founded in 1990, AIMA is the global organization of the hedge fund industry, with more than 1,250 members worldwide, operating in more than 40 countries. It has led and been an active participant in discussions regarding potential supervisory frameworks for hedge funds and issues related to financial stability with the G20, IOSCO, the Financial Stability Board, and numerous national supervisory authorities. In this Opalesque.TV interview, Todd discusses his views on global financial regulatory trends and recognition of financial market momentum from his experience in international law and finance prior to joining AIMA in 2009. This includes a stint leading a group at the IMF from 2006-2008 that evaluated the hedge fund industry's impact on global financial stability. As he discusses AIMA's advocacy of hedge funds in a new regulatory environment, he describes the ongoing regulatory shift in the U.K. and U.S., and how AIMA's dialogue with legislators has led to improvements and important amendments to the AIFMD and the Dodd-Frank Act. In addition, learn about the following: Evaluating the hedge fund industry's impact on global financial stability How hedge funds can contribute to an early warning system for regulators through the private reporting of systemically relevant information The implementation of AIMA's strategy in the critical regulatory phase The "elephants in the room" that AIFMD must address AIMA's Investor Steering Committee guide to institutional investment The institutionalization of the industry Remaining issues at the G20 level: -Shadow banking and hedge funds -Non-bank Systemically Important Financial Institutions - Hedge funds are not SIFI's Todd Groome Bio: Todd Groome is the Chairman of AIMA. Mr. Groome, former Advisor, Monetary and Capital Markets Department for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), was appointed Chairman of AIMA in January 2009. With over 25 years of international financial experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge and strategic abilities which greatly enhance AIMA's existing dialogue with national, international, and supranational organisations. Mr. Groome is an Advisor and principal at Breton Hill Capital, a start up macro hedge fund. His focus is on macroeconomic and market issues related to the portfolio, as well as strategic business initiatives, opportunities and relationships. He is also a Senior Advisor to Albourne Partners, providing insights with regard to legislative and regulatory developments related to financial markets and services, including hedge funds and other sectors. Mr Groome is also a Visiting Scholar at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania in the areas of pensions, insurance, and risk management. Mr. Groome has significant financial markets experience developed over an extensive career in capital markets, in both the public and private sectors. At the IMF, he was responsible for multilateral financial and capital markets surveillance activities, including the IMF's Global Financial Stability Report. Before joining the IMF, Mr. Groome served as Managing Director and Head of the Financial Institutions Groups of Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse in London, focusing primarily on debt capital markets, and capital and balance sheet management for banks and insurance companies. Prior to that, he worked with Merrill Lynch in London and New York as part of the Financial Institutions Corporate Finance Group working on M&A, advisory, and debt and equity financing for banks and insurers. Before moving to London in 1989, he worked as an attorney with Hogan & Hartson in Washington D.C., as part of the Financial Institutions Group. Mr. Groome holds an MBA from the London Business School, a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, and a BA in Economics from Randolph-Macon College, where he was awarded the Wade C. Temple Scholarship for Economics and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
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David Bowman, "Alternative Reference Rates: SOFR, LIBOR, and Issues for Transitions"
The choice of new benchmark interest rate should be of special importance to practitioners as well as academics that study law and economics. As new alternative rates are being considered in the United States, this half day conference, co-sponsored by the University of Chicago Law School, brought together leading academics, as well as representatives from banks, law firms, swap dealers, regulators and others to share their views on design and implementation of new indexes in loan documents, swap agreements and other financial contracts. Dr. David Bowman, Special Adviser to the Board, Federal Reserve Board, delivers the keynote for the conference "Transition to New Interest Rate Benchmarks: SOFR, Ameribor and Beyond" on April 3, 2018. Introductory remarks by: Dr. Richard L. Sandor, CEO, American Financial Exchange and Aaron Director Lecturer in Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School Robert S. Rivkin, Deputy Mayor of the City of Chicago Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School
Have We Repaired Financial Regulations Since Lehman?
The 2008 financial crisis led to the worst recession in the developed world since the Great Depression. Governments had to respond decisively on a large scale to contain the destructive impact of massive debt deflation. Still, several large financial institutions and thousands of small-to-medium-sized institutions collapsed or had to be rescued, numerous non-financial businesses closed, and millions of households lost their savings, jobs, and homes. Five years later, we are still feeling these effects. Will the financial reforms introduced since the onset of the crisis prevent another catastrophe? This keynote panel titled "Have We Repaired Financial Regulation Since Lehman" at the Institute for New Economic Thinking's "Human After All" conference in Toronto, with featured speakers Anat Admati, Richard Bookstaber, Andy Haldane, and Edward Kane, moderated by Martin Wolf, addresses these questions and more.
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Buy side
Buy-side is a term used in investment banking to refer to advising institutions concerned with buying investment services. Private equity funds, mutual funds, life insurance companies, unit trusts, hedge funds, and pension funds are the most common types of buy side entities. In sales & trading, the split between the buy side and sell side should be viewed from the perspective of securities exchange services. The investing community must use those services to trade securities. The "Buy Side" are the buyers of those services; the "Sell Side", also called "prime brokers", are the sellers of those services. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Future of Finance | Financial Literacy Initiatives
Rod Batiste, State of Georgia Pensions, Mike Raymer, Georgia Council on Economic Education, Amy Hennessy, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Bill Nigut, Georgia Public Broadcasting
Dr Abdul Zubair replaces Gwarzo as acting DG, Securities and Exchange Commission
- Dr Abdul Zubair has been appointed by the federal government as acting Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) - Zubair's appointment which is with immediate effect followed the suspension of Munir Gwarzo, the commission’s boss - Gwarzo was suspended in order to allow for an unhindered investigation of several allegations of financial impropriety leveled against him
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Trends and challenges in collateral management
David Field, Managing Director, The Field Effect, explains why taking a strategic approach to collateral management is necessary to achieve long-term competitive collateral optimization and manage the trend towards constant regulatory changes that we have seen over the last 10 years. A trend that is likely to continue. Read the full article http://bit.ly/2hMZHL3
Views: 332 SimCorp
本视频介绍IFRS GAAP 两套会计准则,GAAP适用于美国,IFRS适用于美国之外的国家。 Standard-setting bodies标准制定团体: US-FASB-GAAP Outside US-IASB-IFRS Regulatory authorities政府管理机构: US — SEC UK — FSA IOSCO国际证监会组织
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Summit 2015: The Financial Markets Infrastructure Conference
Into its 16th year, The Asian Banker Summit’s Financial Markets Conference was all about how the Asian markets have begun to realize the enormity of new measures which will have an impact on market structure, access and liquidity. We covered key topics like the implementation of CPSS-IOSCO’s Principles of Financial Market Infrastructure, how markets facilitate mobilization of long-term capital needs, overall development and growth profile of Asian countries, how can markets build greater depth, what are the potential risks, and more. Find out from our 2015 participants why The Financial Markets Infrastructure Conference is a ‘must-attend’ at The Asian Banker Summit. For more information about the conference, click here: http://forums.theasianbanker.com/summ... SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Visit our website http://www.theasianbanker.com/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheAsianBanker Follow us on: Twitter https://twitter.com/theasianbanker LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-asian-banker Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theasianbankerofficial/
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4sight Future Trends in Optimisation Webinar
This Webinar discusses how financial firms can optimize trading decisions based on: • Regulatory Capital Optimization: What is the cost of capital per unit of P&L? (RWA, CVA, Balance Sheet Usage) • Collateral Optimization: What are the Funding Costs? • Counterparty Optimization: Is it more profitable to trade bilaterally or via a CCP? If via a CCP then which CCP is optimum? • Trade Type Optimization: Can the firm generate more P&L by deploying an asset in a securities loan, repo, or to collateralize a derivative? The webinar discusses how to calculate the different optimization types and how they are interrelated. To read a whitepaper that discusses this topic in greater detail please visit: http://www.4sight.com/products/4sight-collateral-management/collateral-optimization/future-trends-in-optimisation-whitepaper
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The Global Financial Market Infrastructure Sector Outlook Will Remain Stable In 2015
In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor’s Associate Director Olga Roman explains the trends that will likely keep the global financial market infrastructure sector stable this year.
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Foreign relations of Taiwan
The foreign relations of Taiwan, constitutionally and officially the Republic of China, are the relations between the Republic of China and other countries. The Republic of China is recognized by 21 United Nations member states, as well as by the Holy See. The ROC maintains diplomatic relations with those countries, as well as unofficial relations with other countries via its representative offices and consulates. The Republic of China participated in the Moscow Conference, the Dumbarton Oaks Conference, the United Nations Conference on International Organization, and was a charter member of the United Nations. In 1949, the Nationalists lost the Chinese Civil War in mainland China and retreated to Taiwan. Despite the major loss of territory, the ROC continued to be recognized as the legitimate government of China by the UN and by many non-Communist states. In 1971, the UN expelled the ROC and transferred China's seat to the People's Republic of China. In addition to the ad tempus recognition of ROC by majority of countries before UN Resolution 2758, the Republic of China lost its membership in all the intergovernmental organizations related to the UN. As the UN and related organizations like International Court of Justice are the most common venues for effective execution of international law and serve as the international community for states in the post-World War II period, a majority of the countries aligned with the West in the Cold War terminated diplomatic relations with the ROC and recognized quid pro quo of the PRC instead. However, the Republic of China fulfills all the requirements in Article 3, 4, 5, 6, 110 and Chapter V of the United Nations Charter. The ROC's de jure seat is currently occupied by the People's Republic of China in the United Nations under the UN Charter. The ROC continues to maintain de facto relations, including with most of the non-governmental organizations at the United Nations, in addition with the concern from UNESCO. Exclusively, the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which is entitled by the founding of the United Nations as the cornerstone of modern-day diplomacy since the Vienna Congress, was signed and ratified by the Republic of China on 18 April 1961 and 19 December 1969 including Optional Protocol concerning the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes. Due to ROC's insecurity and intolerance in the 1970s and 1980s after being expelled by the UN and the termination of official US-ROC diplomatic relations, but by the American persuasion Taiwan has been gradually democratized and adopting universal suffrage from the one party-military rule under the leadership of President Chiang Ching-kuo. The first direct presidential election was held in 1996 and the incumbent President Lee Teng-hui was elected. As of May Fourth 2015, ROC nationals are eligible for preferential visa treatment from 142 countries and areas. In the context of Superpower and influential diplomacy, ROC's traditional and sober allies includes United States of America, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Bridging the Week by Gary DeWaal: May 26 to 30 and June 2, 2014
The following matters are covered in this week's Bridging the Week: • CFTC Acting Chairman Again Previews That Exempt Foreign DCOs Are Likely Coming Soon; • IOSCO Rates Countries Implementation of the Principles for Financial Market Infrastructure; US Assessed a Laggard; • ICE Clear Europe and Its FCM Clearing Members Authorized to Commingle Domestic and Foreign Futures and Options in a Single Segregation Account for Portfolio Margining; NYPC Closes Its Doors; • Federal Judge Blocks Defendants' Subpoenas for Identity of Confidential Informant in CFTC Manipulation Action; • NFA Proposes to Increase Budget and Lower Fees; and • CFTC TAC Agenda Set. ------- Important Legal Disclaimer: The information in this article is for informational purposes only and is derived from sources believed to be reliable as of May 31, 2014. No representation or warranty is made regarding the accuracy of any statement or information in this article. Also, the information in this article is not intended as a substitute for legal counsel, and is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, a lawyer-client relationship. The impact of the law for any particular situation depends on a variety of factors; therefore, readers of this article should not act upon any information in the article without seeking professional legal counsel. Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and/or Gary DeWaal may represent one or more entities mentioned in this article. Circular 230 Disclosure: Pursuant to regulations governing practice before the Internal Revenue Service, any tax advice contained in this article is not intended or written to be used and cannot be used by a taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties that may be imposed on the taxpayer.
Views: 27 Gary de Waal
Exploring the ISDA Standard Initial Margin Model | Numerix Video Blog
http://blog.numerix.com | Satyam Kancharla discusses the standard initial margin model framework recently proposed by ISDA.
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DOL Fiduciary Rule and Putting Investors First
The DOL’s Fiduciary Rule is perhaps the most significant event in advisor oversight since ERISA was enacted in 1974. It will have a profound and lasting impact on how advisors provide advice and client services. The fundamental premise of the rule is that all advice is a fiduciary act and must therefore be in the best interests of the investors and beneficiaries. In this session, fi360 Director Rich Lynch will cover the context and basics of the rule, key provisions of the rule, and steps advisors must take to get into compliance with the rule. Learning objectives: Attendees will understand what the rule is designed to accomplish. Attendees will recognize specific requirements of the rule and the activities that are permitted or restricted under the rule. Attendees will be able to take initial steps to their own practices in order to begin migrating to full compliance with the rule.
BNM to host the 24th International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) Annual Conference
Bank Negara Malaysia will be hosting the 24th International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) Annual Conference from 2nd to 3rd November 2017 in Kuala Lumpur. The Annual Conference provides an excellent platform for insurance supervisors from around the world to exchange views on issues relevant to the supervision and development of insurance markets. We welcome your participation at the conference to further strengthen cooperation between insurance supervisors given the rapid pace of change taking place in the insurance industry and the wider financial sector. As host to the Conference, Bank Negara Malaysia is honoured to bring the event to South East Asia, one of the fastest growing insurance markets, home to more than 600 million people and a region with significant economic growth prospects. For more information, please visit http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=en_announcement&pg=en_announcement&ac=484&lang=en
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Alan Greenspan on the Economy, Monetary Policy, Stock Market & Financial Markets (1997)
To become a professional securities broker in the United States, an individual must take and pass the General Securities Representative Exam (Series 7) and in most states, the Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination (Series 63). To take the test, you must be sponsored by "a member firm, a self-regulatory organization (SRO), or an exchange." This requirement, as well as the administration of the test, is under the jurisdiction of FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.[1] For individuals who are interested only in managing their own investments, several options exist to obtain a stock market education: Traditional classroom setting Non-traditional classroom settings Self-education Mentor/apprenticeship relationship The following resources exist in libraries and on the Internet for an individual to learn about investing in the stock market: A stock market simulator allows one to trade without using real funds (also referred to as "paper trading"). These simulators are offered by organizations associated with the stock market (such as the Chicago Board Options Exchange) and the types of for-profit education companies mentioned in Non-traditional classroom settings. Articles Financial magazines like Money (magazine),Kiplinger and Forbes provide investing articles, though their target market is aimed at more general investors. Magazines that focus on trading derivatives are Active Trader and Tradersworld. Magazines with an online presence also offer access to some, if not all, of their articles online. Web sites devoted to the stock market or trading arena post articles online or send them via email to subscribers. These web sites can be free, non-profit, or for-profit. Books written by investors and traders. Online forums that discuss subjects related to the stock market and trading derivatives. Non-profit organizations that offer stock market educational material: American Association of Individual Investors Alliance for Investor Education BetterInvesting Community Investor Protection Trust National Endowment for Financial Education North American Securities Administrators Association Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Investor Education and Assistance Stock market organizations that offer stock market educational material: American Stock Exchange Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) Council for Economic Education Financial Industry Regulatory Authority NASDAQ Educational Foundation New York Stock Exchange https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_market_education
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Board of Administration - December 17, 2014 (Part 3)
The Board discusses agenda item 9.
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Bridging the Week by Gary DeWaal  August 15 to 19 and August 22, 2016 desktop
The following matters are covered in this week’s edition of Bridging the Week: • Another Publicly-Traded Firm Sanctioned by SEC For Allegedly Undercutting Whistleblower Protections Through Severance Agreements; • SEC Upholds FINRA Registration Suspension of Broker-Dealer President for Failure to Supervise; • Swap Dealer Sued in Federal Court by CFTC For Recidivist Reporting Violations; Acknowledges Bank’s Cooperation; and • International Regulators Find Fault with Derivatives CCPs Recovery Planning and Credit and Liquidity Risk Management. - - - - - - - - This video is subject to the following important legal disclaimer. Please read it carefully: The information in this video is for informational purposes only and is derived from sources believed to be reliable as of August 20, 2016. No representation or warranty is made regarding the accuracy of any statement or information in this video. Also, the information in this video is not intended as a substitute for legal counsel, and is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, a lawyer-client relationship. The impact of the law for any particular situation depends on a variety of factors; therefore, viewers of this video should not act upon any information in the video without seeking professional legal counsel. Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP may represent one or more entities mentioned in this video. Quotations attributable to speeches may be from published remarks and may not reflect statements actually made. Views expressed by the author are not necessarily the views of Katten or any of its directors or officers.
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Global Perspectives: Janice P. Holness
Financial crimes are a problem for any government. But they loom especially large for small countries. In Jamaica, the watchdog is the Financial Services Commission, headed by Janice P. Holness. Does the murky world of financial crime have anything to fear in Jamaica? Yes, and her name is Janice P. Holness of the Financial Services Commission. She'll discuss her work next.
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