Emerging market regulators aim to reinforce commitment to strengthe n resilience while ensuring fair and orderly markets

IOSCO, the International Organization of Securities Commissions, published a report today that highlights the efforts of emerging capital market regulators to further work on strengthening systemic resilience while remaining alert to market risks.

Global emerging capital market regulators had met this week in Bali, Indonesia, at the IOSCO Growth and Emerging Markets (GEM) Committee annual meeting hosted by the Indonesian Financial Services Authority.

The GEM Committee discussed current global financial risks including the implications of declining economic growth and monetary policies including uncertainties in the US Fed’s interest rate path and the slowdown of the Chinese economy as well as the decline in commodity prices and other challenges to emerging markets.

The full IOSCO report can be found here.

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