The report is the fourth-such release from the FSB, an international body responsible for the coordination of regulatory activity between national authorities, central banks and others. The 98-page document lists several key findings.
First, the report finds that market infrastructure is sufficiently embedded, and can be scaled up to requirements. Central counterparties (CCPs) are able to clear products in all asset classes, while trade repositories (TRs), an essential component of the new infra
While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails