Banque de France devotes 17th Financial Stability Review to OTC regulation


The Banque de France this week launched its 17th Financial Stability Review (FSR), this time dedicated to "assessing and putting into perspective" the reforms undertaken following the Group of 20 (G-20) Pittsburgh summit in 2009 for over-the-counter derivatives markets.

The 17th FSR consists of contributions from the key players in global financial regulation. The first chapter, on regulatory progress, features pieces by Mark Carney of the Bank of Canada and the Financial Stability Board (FSB)

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