While the results of the European Central Bank's comprehensive assessment delivered few surprises, they highlighted areas where the bank will need to improve supervision and financial reporting.
Five years after the Pittsburgh Summit, mutual central counterparty recognition is still proving intractable.
A dispute between the US and EU over bail-in debt has forced the Financial Stability Board to change tack on cross-border resolution.
Regulators have identified asset management as a potential source of systemic risk, but the industry insists there should not be an entity focus.
Market participants hope that shifting repo clearing to a central clearing utility will help allay regulatory concern.
US Treasury secretary Jack Lew said federal regulators might reconsider the process by which non-bank companies are designated as systemically important.