Financial Market Infrastructure & Reform

Stable and robust markets – the mechanisms through which market players fund their assets are critical to the health of the overall financial system and the broader U.S. economy. They ensure that the system as a whole functions efficiently and effectively, facilitating the flow of credit to consumers and businesses even during times of financial stress. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York actively contributes to national and international initiatives, working with other regulators, prudential supervisors, policymakers and market participants to enhance the functioning and durability of financial markets. Key efforts include supporting reforms in the tri-party repo market, over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, money market funds and foreign exchange settlement.
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