BCBS 7 A
Exchanges of information between banking and securities supervisors.
The objective of this paper is to examine, in the light of the experience of the G 10 supervisory institutions, possible ways of facilitating flows of prudential information between banking and securities supervisors. While the paper is confined, in view of its authorship, to these particular flows, the issues it considers are also relevant to exchanges with the regulators of other disciplines (particularly insurance regulators).
- Publication Date: April 1990
- Publication Type: Sound Practices
- Publication Status: Current
- Publication Category: Cross-Border Issues
- Number of Pages: 7
- Keywords: Financial Markets, Supervisory Cooperation
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