Financial Stability Board Consults on Initial Evaluation of the Impact of Regulatory Reforms on Infrastructure Finance
07/18/2018The Financial Stability Board is seeking feedback on an initial evaluation of the effects of the post-financial crisis regulatory reforms on infrastructure finance. The initial evaluation focuses on infrastructure finance provided by the financial sector, for which the financial regulatory reforms are of immediate relevance. The FSB has established a framework for assessing whether the reforms are achieving their intended outcomes and whether there are any material unintended consequences to be addressed.
The initial evaluation shows the results of a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the Basel III reforms to regulatory capital and the OTC derivatives reforms. The results of a qualitative analysis of reforms that are at an earlier stage of implementation, such as investment funds rules and accounting standards, are also presented.
Feedback on the initial evaluation is invited by August 22, 2018. The FSB will consider the feedback in finalizing its report to the G20, due to be published towards the end of November 2018.
View the consultation paper.
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