FSB identifies areas for possible further shadow-banking regulation


On Thursday, the Financial Stability Board released an update on its progress with shadow-banking regulations.

The FSB's Shadow Banking Task Force has been working hard since a July plenary meeting in Paris wherein the initial recommendations for strengthening the oversight and regulation of the shadow-banking system were approved.

The task force has developed general principles for designing and implementing regulatory measures and also conducted a regulatory mapping exercise to take stock of

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