by Nick Paraskeva on August 9, 2012
UK Treasury Risks from Non-bank Institutions
The UK Treasury proposed measures for the failure of systemic non-bank institutions such as investment firms and insurers, and for financial market infrastructures.
•Applies to investment firms, financial market infrastructure, central counterparties, and insurers.
•Does not assume resolution regime is always required, seeks best ways to deal with failures.
•Includes strengthening existing administrative arrangement instead of new resolution regime.
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