Our popular multinational Financial services: Regulation tomorrow blog offers a convenient worldwide resource for those keeping track of the evolving and complex financial services regulatory environment.

It reports on a broad range of financial services regulatory developments and provides insight and commentary across Australia, Canada, the UK/EU and the United States.

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Examples of recent blog postings include:



  • The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has issued an updated guideline setting out its expectations with respect to the derivatives activities of federally regulated financial institutions: OFSI issues new derivatives best practices guideline
  • The OFSI has released the final version of its new leverage requirements guideline which is based on the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision’s publication ‘Basel III Leverage Ratio Framework and Disclosure Requirements’: OFSI finalises new liquidity test for banks
  • The Minister of Finance has announced that the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick and the Canadian federal government have signed a memorandum of agreement formalizing the terms and conditions of a cooperative capital markets regulatory system: Cooperative capital markets regulatory system moves a step closer


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