FSB outlines top priorities for banking reform

10/18/2011 | City A.M. (London) · Bloomberg Businessweek

The Financial Stability Board's priorities include regulations governing over-the-counter derivatives, bankers' compensation, systemically important financial institutions and resolution frameworks. The FSB also plans to focus on the Basel III rules for banks' capital and liquidity. The priorities were chosen "based on the importance of consistent and comprehensive implementation of reforms in that area for global financial stability," the FSB said.

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