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RBA Glossary definition for CPSS

CPSS – Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems. On 1 September 2014 this Committee changed its name to the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures.

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International Financial Co-operation

29 Aug 2011 RBA Annual Report – 2011
The CPSS serves as a forum for central banks to monitor and analyse developments in payment and settlement infrastructures and set standards for them. ... The primary focus of the CPSS over the past year has continued to be the setting of international

International Financial Cooperation

10 Sep 2012 RBA Annual Report – 2012
them. In April 2012, in conjunction with the Technical Committee of IOSCO, the CPSS released new Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (PFMIs). ... a joint CPSS-BCBS working group on managing settlement risk in foreign exchange transactions,

Oversight of Clearing and Settlement Facilities

8 Sep 2011 PSB Annual Report – 2011
As a member of the CPSS, the Reserve Bank has been involved in the review. ... In March 2011, the CPSS and IOSCO released for public consultation Principles for financial market infrastructures,.


18 Dec 1997 Media Release PDF 268KB
The CPSS favoured a private sector solution, with inducements given to individualbanks and industry groups. ... This isconsistent with the broad findings of the CPSS for the G10 banks in 1995.

Regulatory Developments in Financial Market Infrastructures

10 Sep 2012 PSB Annual Report – 2012
Footnotes. CPSS-IOSCO (2012), Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures, April. Available at <>. ... CPSS-IOSCO (2012), Recovery and Resolution of Financial Market Infrastructures: Consultative Report, July.

Sources of Financial Risk for Central Counterparties

15 Sep 2016 Bulletin – September 2016
Jennifer Hancock, David Hughes and Suchita Mathur
Central counterparties (CCPs) play an important role in managing the risks present in financial markets and in increasing the overall stability of the financial system. This requires CCPs to be sufficiently financially resilient so that they can

Central Counterparty Interoperability

10 Jun 2012 Bulletin – June 2012
Nicholas Garvin
Implications of changes to the international CCP industry structure are discussed in CPSS (2010). ... Also, the international standards for financial market infrastructure risk management have recently been updated (and include a section on links between

Regulatory and Industry Developments | Report on the Australian OTC Derivatives Market October 2012

9 Mar 2023
Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS). International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). ... CPSS-IOSCO (2012), Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures, Bank for International Settlements, April.

Regulatory Developments in Financial Market Infrastructures

12 Sep 2014 PSB Annual Report – 2014
The Bank continues to contribute to a CPSS-IOSCO task force monitoring the implementation of the PFMIs internationally. ... These are principally targeted at an international audience, in anticipation of future peer reviews, either by the CPSS-IOSCO task

Recovery and Resolution of Central Counterparties

19 Dec 2013 Bulletin – December 2013
Matt Gibson
The increasing importance of central counterparties (CCPs) to financial stability has prompted regulators to take steps to ensure that critical CCP services can continue in circumstances of financial distress. These steps include ensuring that CCPs