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Archive November 2017

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Week InAdvance: November 20, 2017

Mon Nov 20 CFR event in NYC on cities & climate. | Tue Nov 21 Yellen & former BOE guv may provide clues on Fed policy at NYC event. OECD green/sustainable forum in Paris. NAFTA round 5 concludes in Mexico City. | Wed Nov 22 FOMC meeting minutes. | Thu Nov 23 U.S. markets closed. Arab banking conference in Beirut. | Fri Nov 24 U.S. equity markets close at 1pm, bond markets close at 2pm.

Week InReview: November 17, 2017

Dialing back financial regulation - Senate moves to limit strict Fed oversight, and stress tests, to the 12 biggest banks | Mitsubishi UFJ tries to get regulated by kinder, gentler OCC | DOJ probe into Russian laundering goes quiet

Week InAdvance: November 13, 2017

Mon Nov 13 Senate Finance tax bill markup. UN climate change convention in Bonn. | Tue Nov 14 Fed chair in Bonn for Euro Finance Week. | Wed Nov 15 DOL & cybersecurity hearings in the House. FSI-IOSCO trading book & market infrastructure conference in Madrid. G20 green finance conference in Singapore. | Thu Nov 16 FSOC open & closed sessions. OFR conference in Ann Arbor.

Week InReview: November 10, 2017

FSOC to meet on reference rates On Thursday, Nov. 16, the Financial Stability Oversight Council will hold both an open and an executive session. The preliminary agenda for the open session includes revisions to FSOC's regulations under the Freedom of Information Act and an update on the work of the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC). The preliminary agenda for the executive session includes a discussion of FSOC's 2017 annual report.

Week InAdvance: November 6, 2017

Tue Nov 7 IOSCO asset management committee in New Delhi. | Wed Nov 8 SEC, MSRB, FINRA webcast. APEC Summit. | Thu Nov 9 BOE, HKMA, IMF conference in DC. INVESTORS Market Practices Council telecon. | Fri Nov 10 IAIS working group in Peru. | Sat Nov 11 BIS bimonthly meeting begins in Basel. AMGFC opens in Dubai.

Week InReview: November 3, 2017

The key to risk management - "After Lehman's demise, participants in the global financial system could not assess their exposure to Lehman, its subsidiaries, and each other because there was no standard system for identifying counterparties in the maze of subsidiaries and affiliates from which banks, insurers, asset managers, and other market participants transact." McKinsey & Company, The Legal Entity Identifier, October 2017

- Managing Risk & Complexity

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