Trends, Risks, Vulnerabilities
Auteur(s) : Autorité européenne des Marchés Financiers (ESMA)
Date de publication: 15 févr. 2013
Editeur : Autorité européenne des Marchés Financiers (ESMA)
With this edition, the European Securities and Markets Authority presents its first Report on Trends, Risks and Vulnerabilities to be published in future on a semi-annual basis. This first issue of the Report reviews the full year 2012. Future editions will address the respective preceding two quarters.
The Report forms part of our ongoing surveillance work under Article 32 of the ESMA Regulation, in the course of which we continuously monitor developments and risks in the market segments within our remit and beyond. We report our assessment of market conditions to the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission as well as the European Banking Authority, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority and the European Systemic Risk Board. In our risk assessment, we strive to develop a comprehensive picture of systemic and macro-prudential risks in the EU, from ESMA‘s perspective.
In this and future editions of the Report we aim to share our assessments publicly, providing analyses in three areas :
Trends: In the section entitled Trends we report on developments in securities markets, in the investor community, and in securities market infrastructures. In doing so, we provide a historical and comparative perspective on standard indicators of market performance with the aim of identifying any possible adverse developments in the relevant EU markets.
Risks: Our risk assessment brings together key indicators of financial risk with the aim of identifying possible areas of distress using state-of-the-art analytical tools. This Risk Dashboard has been developed in close cooperation with the European Banking Authority, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, the European Systemic Risk Board, and the European Central Bank. In addition to the semi-annual editions of this Report, we will provide quarterly up-dates of the Risk Dashboard going forward.
Vulnerabilities: Complementing our continuous monitoring of Trends and Risks, the section entitled Vulnerabilities offers insights into our work on topical financial market issues. In concise individual articles we intend to provide in-depth analyses on selected topics of relevance to our assessment of current and potential future trends and risks.
ESMA Risk Dashboard 4Q12
Collateral concerns in financial markets — a European perspective
Hedge funds and prime brokers — systemic risk implications
Mots-clés :Contrat à terme, Liquidité, Risque, Tendance, Banque Centrale Européenne (BCE), Autorité européenne des Marchés Financiers (AEMF), Pension livrée, Autorité Bancaire Européenne (ABE), Marché, Crédit, Gestion alternative, Parlement, Comité européen du risque systémique (CERS)