The FSB pushes hard on making trade reporting operational and legal (Premium)

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has been busy, with 10 substantive letters and reports released in the run up to the recent G20 summit. For this article, we took a look at the question of trade reporting. There is intense focus on trade reporting of all types – some driven by FSB recommendations, others tangential to the larger goals of major initiatives like MiFIR/MiFID II. The FSB is making sure that governments worldwide are paying close attention, especially on the legal side.
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