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AI does not have enough experience to handle the next market crash

Artificial intelligence is increasingly used to make decisions in financial markets. Fund managers empower AI to make trading decisions, frequently by identifying patterns in financial data.  668 more words

RBC joins the global ranks of banks deemed 'too big to fail'

TORONTO — The Royal Bank of Canada is the first Canadian lender to be added to the Financial Stability Board’s list of global systemically important banks, which are deemed too big to fail. 589 more words


Global financial regulators dich ''too big to fail'' gauge in assessing insurers

Global financial regulators have decided to ditch a “too big to fail” gauge for assessing the riskiness of insurers, according to a source briefed on the matter, in a big win for companies such as American International Group and Prudential Financial Inc. 159 more words

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Climate Change: Tipping Points

For the past few years, environmentalists have voiced concern that we’ve passed a tipping point of climate change. Even if we achieve drastic reductions in emissions, they fear, the current levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may inexorably increase its temperature… 306 more words


TaskForce: Four key areas related to climate change and financial disclosures

Financial Stability Board and its working group, the Task Force, has published its recommendations for companies related to climate change and financial disclosures. This working group was established in December 2015  to set a voluntary, consistent disclosure for companies. 312 more words


"Carney’s CEO Club Gives $3.3 Trillion Muscle to Climate Fight"


Companies with a combined market value of more than $3.3 trillion — equivalent to all the goods and services produced annually by Germany — threw their weight behind Carney’s final report on climate change.


Race to the Top: The Case for the Financial Stability Board

Race to the Top: The Case for the Financial Stability Board. Peterson Institute for International Economics. Policy Brief 17-12. Nathan Sheets. April 2017

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has helped strengthen international financial regulatory standards, and as a result, the global economy—and hence the US economy—is more resilient and better able to support strong, sustainable, and balanced growth. 153 more words

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