|Entity||International Joint Forum of Financial Market Reg|
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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (Basel Committee), International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) established the International Joint Forum in 1996. It focuses on issues of common interest to the three financial sectors. Because it brings together regulators from different financial sectors and countries, the International Joint Forum is particularly interested in: identifying core regulatory principles that are common to all three sectors; identifying differences in regulation across the sectors; assessing the potential for these differences to lead to regulatory gaps, or regulatory arbitrage; and examining the supervision of large, complex financial groups, such as financial services firms that operate in several sectors and countries.
The International Joint Forum does not have its own website. You can, however, download papers published by the International Joint Forum from the Public Documents section in IOSCO's On-Line Library. You can also download a Bibliography of research papers and other documents published by the International Joint Forum and other international organizations. Explore Current Consultations and our International Update to learn more about the International Joint Forum's current activities.
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