Data requirements for monitoring derivative transactions

IFC Bulletin No 35
February 2012
Session 1: Derivatives: overview of instruments, markets and participants page
Derivatives markets, products and participants: an overview
Michael Chui
3
Derivative market: the experience of Chile
Luis A Opazo R
12
Development and utilisation of financial derivatives in China
Jinan Yan
20
   
Session 2: Review of existing international frameworks with respect to derivatives data  
The treatment of financial derivatives in BPM6
Eduardo Valdivia-Velarde
31
The BIS framework for monitoring financial derivatives
Karsten von Kleist
43
Cross-border derivatives statistics in France: the use of accounting data
Alain Christophory
54
   
Session 3: Challenges in gathering and using derivatives data from various policy perspectives  
The regulation and supervision of banks' derivatives activities: existing practices, challenges, and preliminary proposals from data perspective
Yuanfeng Hou
65
The role of oversight in collecting derivatives data
Marc Hollanders
70
Development of derivative statistics: challenges for the Bank of Japan
Satoru Hagino
80
   
Session 4: Other types of financial innovations and data requirements for monitoring them  
Statistics on securities issuance and holdings
Paul Van den Bergh and Branimir Gruić
89
Developing database on securities holders information: the case of Japan
Yoshiko Sato
102
   
Closing ceremony: comments on joint PBC-IFC workshop on "Data requirements for monitoring derivatives transactions"  

Guanglei Song
113

Hong Hu
115
Zhu Jiang 116