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ICMA AMIC responds to FSB consultation on proposed policy recommendations to address structural vulnerabilities for asset management activities
ICMA’s AMIC has submitted its response to the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) consultation paper on proposed policy recommendations to address structural vulnerabilities for asset management activities.

AMIC welcomed the FSB’s focus on activities instead of designating individual companies as systemically risky. However, AMIC cautions against returning to the designation debate. AMIC also encourages the FSB to consider a wider group of market participants than simply asset managers when assessing risk and formulating policy recommendations. AMIC also notes that any effort to harmonise leverage calculation should not impact the existing methods to calculate fund leverage established through European legislation.

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