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Shadow-Boxing in 2017: An Update on Shadow Banking Reform

Recorded on: Sep. 26, 2017
Running Time: 01:05:55
Taken from the briefing Shadow-Boxing in 2017:  An Update on Shadow Banking Reform recorded September 2017 in New York.

The Financial Stability Board has been spearheading a review of “shadow banking” entities and activities since the onset of the financial crisis. Pursuant to the FSB’s work, many regulatory reforms have been introduced at both the national and international level in a wide-range of different areas. At the recent G-20 meeting in Germany, the FSB published an assessment of present shadow banking activities and the adequacy of reforms and policy tools that have been introduced since the financial crisis.

Lecture Topics  [01:05:55]

Issues to be covered by Peter J. Green and Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares of Morrison & Foerster LLP during the presentation include:
  • Current aspects of shadow banking giving most concern to the G20
  • Money market fund regulation and recent MMF Regulation finalized by the European Union
  • Repos and effect of recent reforms
  • Investment funds exposed to shadow banking risks
  • Impact of crowdfunding and peer to peer lending growth

Presentation Material

  • Global Shadow Banking Monitoring Report 2016
    Peter J. Green, Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares
  • Assessment of Shadow Banking Activities, Risks and the Adequacy of Post-Crisis Policy Tools to Address Financial Stability Concerns
    Peter J. Green, Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares
  • Shadow Boxing in 2017: An Update on Shadow Banking Reform
    Peter J. Green, Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares
  • Uncertain Seas: European Financial & Regulatory Developments Into 2017
    Peter J. Green, Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares
Speaker(s)
Peter J Green ~ Morrison & Foerster LLP
Jeremy C Jennings-Mares ~ Morrison & Foerster LLP
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