Regulators in the United Kingdom and the United States have sharpened their focus on the management of liquidity risk. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) plans to finalize its rules by the end of 2016. Although the official SEC comment period has ended, the industry is continuing to make recommendations for changes.
Please join us for a webinar for a discussion on the latest developments and recommendations for the proposed rules and the impact on liquidity risk management programs.
- How market structure reforms are rapidly changing the landscape
- The liquidity data scarcity and how it poses challenges for both regulators and financial institutions
- MSCI’s role is helping investors meet regulatory and internal control challenges today and prepare for what’s coming in the foreseeable future