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G30 calls for major US Treasury market reform

Rise of non-banks and side-effects of regulation are triggering bouts of “dysfunction”, report warns

Timothy Geithner
Timothy Geithner
Susan Farmer/Brookings Institution

Influential think-tank the Group of Thirty is calling for wide-ranging reform to the US Treasury market, as bouts of “dysfunction” become increasingly common.

Banks are stepping back from market-making at a time when the stock of outstanding Treasuries is growing, the G30 says in a report published on July 28. The group, which includes senior current and former central bankers and financiers, urges US authorities to take action to “increase, diversify and stabilise” market-making.

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