Financial Stability

Swaps industry gears up for reporting 2.0 ‘nirvana’

By Justin Pugsley
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Since the 2007-9 global financial crisis (GFC), regulators have imposed a swathe of reporting requirements on financial firms in a bid to glean greater insight into the financial system. This is primarily so that they can quickly detect looming financial threats. The authorities were particularly concerned about driving transparency in ...

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