Associations voice concerns over differing interpretations of the net stable funding ratio by the US and EU regulators.
Switzerland is to implement the net stable funding ratio from 2018 and consult on the liquidity coverage ratio for small banks
Banks need to hold more capital as US interest rate cycle turns upwards says Thomas Hoenig.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission frets over falling liquidity levels in key US markets.
Two central banks have released reports on high-frequency trading taking differing stances on the issue demonstrating the challenges of properly regulating the activity.
Changes in US regulations for money market funds are creating unintended consequences by driving up dollar costs for banks, for the real economy and even in the huge derivatives complex. Meanwhile, European regulators are carefully monitoring US moves to help inform their own reforms.
Reforms to US money market funds have already delivered a US interest rise and are making short-term funding more expensive for banks
Aping the move by other regulators around the world, the US Commodity Futures and Trading Commission has delayed the implementation of OTC derivatives rules for swap dealers.
The leverage ratio risks pushing many over-the-counter derivatives back into opaque bilateral trading arrangements going against the wishes of regulators to see more of them centrally cleared.