Participants in the EU-U.S. Joint Financial Regulatory Forum highlighted cross-border interagency coordination on (i) financial stability, (ii) climate-related financial risks, (iii) banking and insurance regulation and supervision, (iv) capital markets, (v) operational resilience, (vi) digital finance and (vii) AML/CFT compliance.
Senior officials from the Bank of England, the FDIC, the CFTC, the SEC and the Federal Reserve Board reviewed joint progress on central counterparty resolution issues and on the development of detailed operational planning to support prototype resolution strategies for UK and U.S. CCPs.
Staff of the Inter-Agency Working Group on Market Surveillance proposed six guiding principles to reform Treasury market policy to increase market resiliency.
CFTC staff provided temporary no-action relief to swap dealers subject to the capital requirements of prudential regulators from the CFTC's swap dealer financial reporting rules.
CFTC amendments to swap clearing exemptions, including expanded exemptions for sovereign entities and small banking entities, were published in the Federal Register.