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Comments received on the FSB consultative document on Effective Resolutions of SIFIs

Comments received on the FSB consultative document on Effective Resolutions of SIFIs

On 19 July 2011, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) published its consultative document on Effective Resolution of SIFIs. Interested parties were invited to provide written comments by 2 September 2011. These comments, in PDF format, are available below.

The FSB wishes to thank those who have taken the time and effort to express their views.

Alternative Investment Management Association

American Insurance Association

Americans for Financial Reform

Association of British Insurers

Association of Danish Mortgage Banks

Association of German Banks

Australian Bankers' Association

Austrian Federal Economic Chamber

Bank of China

BNP Paribas

British Bankers' Association

Building Societies Association

Canadian Bankers Association

Chris Barnard

CLS Bank International

Credit Suisse

Czech National Bank

Danmarks Nationalbank

Deutsche Bank

Dubai Financial Services Authority


European Association of Co-operative Banks

European Banking Federation

European Central Securities Depositories Association

European Insurance and Reinsurance Federation

Financial Markets Law Committee

French Banking Federation

French Deposit Guarantee Scheme

Global Financial Markets Association, Clearing House Association, Financial Services Roundtable, American Bankers Association, Institute of International Bankers, and Institute of International Finance

Hong Kong Association of Banks


Institute of International Finance

International Association of Insurance Supervisors

International Banking Federation

International Capital Market Association - European Repo Council

International Capital Market Association

International Centre for Financial Regulation

International Network of Insurance Associations

International Swaps and Derivatives Association

Intesa Sanpaolo

Investment Management Association

Italian Banking Association

Japanese Bankers Association

LCH Clearnet

London Stock Exchange

Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs Denmark

Munich Re

Norges Bank and Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway

Pew Charitable Trusts

Rolf Weber

Royal Bank of Scotland


Schroder Investment Management

South African Reserve Bank

Standard Chartered

Sveriges Riksbank



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