Japanese financial regulator outlines regulatory reforms

12/18/2009 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model) · Reuters

Japan's Financial Services Agency unveiled regulatory reform measures aimed at bolstering capital-market stability and transparency. The proposals came as the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision also announced measures to strengthen the global banking system. Japan's proposals include requiring most over-the-counter derivatives transactions to trade through a central clearing agency.

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