FSB and IOSCO Open-Ended Funds Consultations Launch Event
Join the FSB and IOSCO outreach event to launch their respective consultations on liquidity risk and its management in open-ended funds, which will be held in hybrid form on Wednesday 12 July at the Central Bank of Ireland and virtually from 10:00 to 15:00 (Irish Summer Time), 11:00 to 16:00 (CEST).
The FSB and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) are organising a joint stakeholder outreach event to launch their respective consultations on liquidity risk and its management in open-ended funds (OEFs), which will be published in early July.
The planned FSB consultation report on Addressing Structural Vulnerabilities from Liquidity Mismatch in Open-Ended Funds – Revisions to the FSB’s 2017 Policy Recommendations will set out proposed changes to the FSB’s Policy Recommendations to Address Structural Vulnerabilities from Asset Management Activities in relation to liquidity mismatch in OEFs. The proposed changes set out the key objectives of an effective regulatory and supervisory framework to address the vulnerabilities arising from liquidity mismatch in OEFs. The proposals form part of the FSB’s work programme on non-bank financial intermediation (NBFI) and should be read in conjunction with the proposed IOSCO guidance on anti-dilution liquidity management tools (LMTs).
The planned IOSCO consultation report is on ‘Anti-dilution Liquidity Management Tools – Guidance for Effective Implementation of the Recommendations for Liquidity Risk Management for Collective Investment Schemes’. The guidance will be addressed to responsible entities to support greater use of anti-dilution liquidity management tools by OEFs to mitigate investor dilution and potential first-mover advantage arising from structural liquidity mismatch in OEFs.
The launch event provides an opportunity for the FSB and IOSCO to provide an overview of the main proposals in their consultations and for participants to provide their early feedback on those consultations. Stakeholders will also have the opportunity to provide written comments on these documents until the beginning of September.
The event will be hosted by the Central Bank of Ireland in hybrid format. In person attendance is by invitation only, with virtual attendance open to the public.