uk Global Banking News - 16 January 2013 The Monetary Authority of Singapore has released a monograph that explains the approach followed by the central bank with respect to the regulation of the financial market infrastructures (FMI).
What does FMI stand for?
FMI stands for Financial Market Infrastructure
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- Farm Machinery Institute (part of Pakistan Agricultural Research Council)
- Federal Meteorological Institute
- Federazione Motociclistica Italiana (Italian: Italian Motorcycle Federation)
- Fermilab Main Injector
- Field Manual Interim
- Field Modification Instruction
- Fiera Milano International (trade show; Italy)
- File Management Interface (computing)
- Financial Management Initiative (UK)
- Financial Management International (various locations)
- Finnish Meteorological Institute
- Fixed Mobile Integration (telecommunications)
- Flexible Microkernel Infrastructure (operating system)
- Florida Musculoskeletal Institute
- Focus Mission Interferometer
- Fondo Monetario Internacional (Spanish: International Monetary Fund)
- Fonds Monétaire International
- Food Marketing Institute
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Even before passage of reform legislation, the Federal Reserve has been overhauling its supervision and regulation of banking organizations and working to strengthen financial market infrastructures and practices," he stressed.
The Federal Reserve has already taken steps to enhance its oversight of the financial system and systemically important financial firms, explained Bernanke, including changes to its supervisory framework, recent actions to strengthen financial market infrastructures and practices, and improved tools to monitor the financial sector and identify potential risks.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is partnering with the government of Switzerland in launching a three-year project to strengthen financial market infrastructure and improve access to finance for small and medium enterprises in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
They are geared to building financial market infrastructure and knowledge," said DIFC Authority chief economist Dr Nasser Saidi.