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United States and European Union participants in the Financial Markets Regulatory Dialogue met on Feb. 3, 2016, in Washington, D.C., to exchange views on financial regulatory developments. According to a joint U.S.-E.U. statement, the participants held discussions on bank capital and liquidity measures, approaches to cross-border bank supervision, bank structural reform, recent developments in bank resolution, central counterparty resolution, over-the-counter derivatives reforms, alternative investment fund managers, benchmarks, insurance, cooperation on audit oversight, and information sharing for supervisory and enforcement purposes.
The joint statement said that looking forward, the participants committed to review the functioning of the dialogue with a view to improving U.S.-EU cooperation on financial regulation. The next FMRD meeting will take place in Brussels in July 2016