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Antonio Garcia Pascual, Mr. Ranjit Singh, and Jay Surti
The paper’s analysis underscores the importance of the ongoing Financial Stability Board-led process of identifying policy options, involving national authorities and the International Organization of Securities Commissions and other standard setters. In this context, the global nature of the investment fund business and fungibility of financial flows makes it vital to ensure consistency of global policy choices that can secure financial stability by precluding regulatory arbitrage.
Antonio Garcia Pascual and Jay Surti

countries also have an important role through the policies outlined above to strengthen OEFsliquidity risk management (LRM) and reduce risk of bad coordination, therefore reducing amplification potential at the source. Several additional policy options are desirable to secure the gains to financial stability from this core set of reforms. First, policy makers need to obtain comprehensive and regular information on fund risk taking on a comparable basis across jurisdictions and markets which may call for them to prescribe a uniform measurement methodology to the

Antonio Garcia Pascual and Jay Surti

Incentive Issues and Market Frictions Confronting OEFs Addressing Strategic Complementarities Using Swing Pricing Policy Options to Enhance OEF Liquidity Risk Management Addressing Leverage Related Vulnerabilities in the OEF Sector Supervisory Resourcing Must Keep Pace with Mandates and Complexity 5. The Role of Investment Funds in Cross-Border Spillovers Benchmark Driven Investors: Increasingly Important for Emerging Market and Developing Economies Benchmark Driven Investors Have Significant Financial Stability Implications for Unconstrained Bond