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ICFR Regulatory Radar™

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At the Annual International Regulatory Summit on 8 and 9 November 2010 in Amsterdam, we introduced the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ which acts as an interactive tool providing us and our members with an ongoing assessment of the relative importance of a range of regulatory issues. Conference attendees were invited to give their opinions on a list of topics, ranking them in both importance and placing them appropriately on the ICFR Regulatory Radar™. 
 
In essence the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ tracks some 25 key issues which are either firmly in focus among the regulatory community or which are likely to feature on the agenda in the future. It also permits respondents to enter new categories. We will be updating the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ with respondent views on a regular basis. As the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ becomes more widely recognised it will also be able to reflect the priorities not only by type of market participant (e.g. institution, regulator, academic), but also by region. Presenting a global view is an important role of the ICFR. By monitoring how the composition of the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ changes over time, it will be an essential guide to gauging the key areas for attention.
 
Prior to the Summit, the ICFR staff had drawn up a preliminary list of issues and where they should appear on the ICFR Regulatory Radar™ (i.e. coming onto the agenda, firmly on the agenda, leaving the agenda and bubbling up under the current agenda). The ICFR Regulatory Radar™ also allows for some view on how important each topic is. Conference attendees were invited to give their own opinions on the list and placing of the topics, and it was comforting to see a good degree of resonance between the ICFR’s initial suggestions and the mood of the conference. Perhaps reflecting the prominence of the topic at the time there was a great degree of interest in the issue of emerging economies imposing regulations on capital inflows in the pursuit of financial stability. But generally delegates expressed a high interest both in the implementation of macro – prudential controls and in the introduction of workable resolution mechanisms for systemically important financial institutions. The output is currently only available to our members.

To participate in the debate and to give us your opinion on these topics or add further topics as well, click here. We would truly appreciate your input.

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ICFR Regulatory Radar™     

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