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RBA Glossary definition for IOSCO

IOSCO – International Organization of Securities Commissions. An international organisation whose members co-operate to promote high standards of regulation in order to protect investors and ensure that markets are fair, efficient and transparent.

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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. ... This reflected the absence of international standards covering such requirements, which are currently being developed by IOSCO.

International Developments | OTC Derivatives Market Reform Considerations-March 2012

9 Mar 2023
In the past year IOSCO has published two reports in relation to the electronic trading of OTC derivatives. ... IOSCO (2012), Follow-on Analysis to the Report on Trading of OTC Derivatives, January.

Regulating the New Financial Markets | Conference – 1996

9 Jul 1996 Conferences
Richard Dale
In 1991 IOSCO's Technical Committee entered discussions with the Basle Committee on a co-ordinated approach to capital adequacy standards for banks and securities firms. ... More recently, there has been closer co-operation between the Basle Committee

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


9 Aug 2023 RBA Annual Report - 2022 PDF 65KB

Regulatory Developments

9 Oct 2020 FSR – October 2020
The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) and IOSCO have been discussing international policy responses to COVID-19 for FMIs, especially CCPs. ... One of IOSCO's objectives is to improve the quality of climate-related disclosures.

Table A1: Indicators for Identifying Global Systemically Important Financial Institutions

6 Oct 2022 Bulletin – December 2014
Market intermediaries. IOSCO. Investment funds. IOSCO. Category. Indicator. (a). Weight %. Indicator. (a). Weight %. Indicator. Indicator. Indicator. Size. Total exposures as defined for use in the Basel III leverage ratio. ... a) Individual weighting in

Financial Regulation and Australian Dollar Liquid Assets

10 Sep 2012 Bulletin – September 2012
Alexandra Heath and Mark Manning
improve counterparty risk management in those markets and ensure that there are no disincentives to central clearing (BCBS-IOSCO 2012). ... The CPSS-IOSCO Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (CPSS-IOSCO 2012) suggest that central

International Financial Cooperation

27 Oct 2022 RBA Annual Report – October 2022
facilities. The CPMI has 28 member institutions. Joint working groups of the CPMI and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) bring together members of these two bodies to coordinate policy ... Staff from the Payments Policy

About the Payments System Board

21 Oct 2021 PSB Annual Report – 2021
28 central banks – CPMI members. CPMI–IOSCO Steering Group. BIS/IOSCO. Providing operational guidance on joint CPMI–IOSCO work. ... CPMI and IOSCO members. CPMI–IOSCO Policy Standing Group. BIS/IOSCO. Developing supervisory policies and guidance.