This Application Paper documents ideas on approaches that IAIS members may wish to consider when developing or revising a regime for the supervision of intermediaries, including when implementing ICP 18 (Intermediaries) and the relevant aspects of ICP 19 (Conduct of business), and incorporating them into their broader supervisory frameworks.
12 October 2016 TLAC holdingsThis document is the final standard on the regulatory capital treatment of banks' investments in instruments that comprise total loss-absorbing capacity (TLAC) for global systemically important banks (G-SIBs).
1 October 2016 Guidance on correspondent banking servicesThis guidance explains the FATF’s requirements in the context of correspondent banking services and clarifies that the FATF Recommendations do not require correspondent financial institutions to conduct customer due diligence on each individual customer of their respondent institutions’ customers.
27 September 2016 Guidance on the application of the Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision to the regulation and supervision of institutions relevant to financial inclusionThis document is an additional guidance in the application of the Committee's Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision to the supervision of financial institutions engaged in serving the financially unserved and underserved.
27 September 2016 OECD Core Principles of Private Pension RegulationHigh-level principles for the regulation of occupational (and other private) pension systems, covering pension funds and other financing mechanisms for pension arrangements.
18 August 2016 Guiding principles on the temporary funding needed to support the orderly resolution of a global systemically important bank (“G-SIB”)The principles are intended to assist authorities in their resolution planning and address the risk of banks having insufficient liquidity to maintain the continuity of critical functions in resolution.
This Guidance should assist supervisory and resolution authorities and firms to evaluate whether firms that are subject to resolution planning requirements have appropriate arrangements to support operational continuity if the firm enters resolution.
13 July 2016 Correspondent bankingThe CPMI sets out five recommendations to help alleviate some of the costs and concerns affecting correspondent banking activities.
11 July 2016 Revisions to the securitisation frameworkThis document is an updated standard for the regulatory capital treatment of securitisation exposures that includes the regulatory capital treatment for "simple, transparent and comparable" (STC) securitisations.
View the Standard The Cyber Guidance aims to add momentum to and instil international consistency in the industry's ongoing efforts to enhance its cyber resilience. The Cyber Guidance aims to enhance the ability of Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs) to pre-empt cyber-attacks, respond rapidly and effectively to them, and achieve faster and safer target recovery objectives […]