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Capital Markets

The ability of a bank to meet needs of its customers depends on capital market activity that affects liquidity, capital, and confidence in bank activities. Capital markets includes the bank's asset management activities of providing bank customers financial products and services.

External References:

Financial Stability Board

  • March 2009
    Senior Supervisors Group Report on Management of Recent Credit Default Swap Credit Events
  • March 2008
    Senior Supervisors Group's Report on Observations on Risk Management Practices during the Recent Market Turbulence

The Presidents Working Group on Financial Markets


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01/14/2014  NR 2014-2, Agencies Approve Interim Final Rule Authorizing Retention of Interests in and Sponsorship of Collateralized Debt Obligations Backed Primarily by Bank-Issued Trust Preferred Securities