The Financial Stability Board ("FSB"), the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision ("BCBS"), the Committee on Payments and Markets Infrastructures ("CPMI") and IOSCO released a 2015 central counterparties ("CCPs") workplan and a progress report detailing the agencies' efforts to enhance the "resilience, recovery planning and resolvability" of CCPs. The workplan focuses on CCPs that are systemic across multiple jurisdictions.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision proposed a conceptual framework with the objective of mitigating "spillover effects" from the shadow banking system to banks. For the purposes of the consultative document, step-in risk refers to the risk that a bank will provide financial support to an entity beyond or in the absence of its contractual obligations, should the entity experience financial stress. The proposals would form the basis of an approach for identifying, assessing and addressing step-in risk potentially embedded in banks' relationships with shadow banking entities. According to
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision ("BCBS") published its revised minimum capital requirements for market risk. The revised and standardized requirements are intended to replace the existing minimum capital requirements for market risk in the global regulatory framework.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision solicited comments on proposed revisions to the Basel III leverage ratio framework.
The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures and IOSCO issued a final report that contained the "first internationally agreed guidance on cybersecurity for the financial industry."