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GFMA Letter on TEG EU Sustainable Taxonomy Report

September 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Regulatory Correspondence

GFMA submitted feedback to the the European Commission's Technical Expert Group's June report on a sustainable finance taxonomy for the European Union.

GFMA 2019 Sustainable Finance Survey Report

June 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA has published the results of a survey of global financial institutions' sustainable finance strategies and activities. The survey, conducted in May and June of 2019, is based on the anonymized and aggregated responses of 22 of the largest globally active financial and capital market participants. The findings of this survey will be helpful to institutions to benchmark against their peers and also to help inform future policymaking.

GFMA Response to FSB Consultation on Evaluation of TBTF Reforms

June 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Regulatory Correspondence

GFMA submitted a response letter to the FSB in regarding its consultation on evaluation of too-big-to-fail (TBTF) reforms for banks. The response outlined key achievements in addressing TBTF, the areas that warrant further analysis and the other questions that should be asked in order to complete the evaluation.

GFMA, ISDA and IIF Letter to BCBS on Revised CVA Framework

May 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Regulatory Correspondence

GFMA, ISDA and the IIF sent a joint letter to the Basel Committee outlining concerns on the impact of the revised Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA) Framework. The letter notes that industry QIS indicated that the framework will result in substantial increases in capital requirements.

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GFMA Letter on TEG EU Sustainable Taxonomy Report

September 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Regulatory Correspondence

GFMA submitted feedback to the the European Commission's Technical Expert Group's June report on a sustainable finance taxonomy for the European Union.

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GFMA 2019 Sustainable Finance Survey Report

June 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA has published the results of a survey of global financial institutions' sustainable finance strategies and activities. The survey, conducted in May and June of 2019, is based on the anonymized and aggregated responses of 22 of the largest globally active financial and capital market participants. The findings of this survey will be helpful to institutions to benchmark against their peers and also to help inform future policymaking.

GFMA IBOR Transition Documents

April 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Featured

8 April - To aid in the awareness of the IBOR transition processes impacting globally-active financial institutions, the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) has created the following documents outlining the various parts and players. This information is organized into the enclosed three products: 1. Key Timelines and Milestones for the Japanese yen, Euro, UK pound sterling, U.S. dollar, and the Swiss franc; 2. Snapshot of the IBOR and RFR variables associated with each currency; 3. ‘At a Glance’ Tracker of each official sector working group activities and near-term expected actions.

GFMA International Principles to Improve Data Security and Mobility to Support Global Growth

March 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA and its constituent bodies AFME, ASIFMA and SIFMA support an open and resilient global economy in which financial services can boost international trade and investment, and global economic growth while protecting individuals’ rights to privacy. With the rise of the digital economy, policymakers around the world have rightly strengthened their policies that protect data and privacy, while continuing to enable cross-border trade that contributes to global economic growth.

GFMA and PwC Report on Technology and Innovation in Global Capital Markets

March 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) and PwC have published a report on current trends in technology and innovation and their impact on the investment bank of the future. The report, entitled ‘Technology and Innovation in Global Capital Markets,’ examines the key trends which are expected to impact the industry over the next five years, providing a vision for the future and identifying the implications for the industry and for future policymaking.  

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