Clearing–Central Counterparties (CCPs)

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GFMA, FIA and IIF Response to FSB Derivatives Assessment Team Report

September 2018  |  Correspondence  |  Press Releases

GFMA, FIA, and the Institute of International Finance (IIF), respond to the FSB consultative report of the Derivatives Assessment Team (DAT) on “Incentives to centrally clear over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives” (DAT Report).

Brexit: Implications for the Global Financial System

June 2017  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA, which represents the common interests of the world’s leading financial and capital market participants, believes that Brexit is an issue that has unique and global spillovers, not just isolated to the UK and EU. Brexit is an event of such magnitude that it will affect almost all dimensions of the global economy, including financial services, in some way.

The GFMA White Paper, ‘Brexit: Implications for the Global Financial System’ focuses on issues that our global members have identified as most important to their cross-border businesses and the international investment and economic growth they support.

GFMA and ISDA Submit Comments to BCBS and CPSS-IOSCO on Caplitalisation of Bank Exposures to Central Counterparties

October 2012  |  Correspondence  |  Press Releases

GFMA and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) provide comments to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (collectively “CPSS-IOSCO”) and requests clarification on aspects of the interim framework for the capitalisation of bank exposures to central counterparties. The groups believe that clarifying the issues noted will contribute to timely and efficient local implementation of BCBS 227 of July 2012.

GFMA and Other Associations Submit Comments to the Basel Committee on the BCBS’ consultative document: Capitalisation of bank exposures to CCPs

November 2011  |  Correspondence  |  Press Releases

The British Bankers’ Association, the Futures and Options Association, the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA), the Institute of International Finance and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.(ISDA) provide comments to the Secretariat of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Bank for International Settlements in response to the BCBS’ consultative document: Capitalisation of bank exposures to CCPs.

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