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The OSC Dialogue was held yesterday in Toronto. One panel brought together regulators and market participants to address key challenges related to market liquidity risk.

Check out our live tweets below, and these related articles:

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Live tweets from OSC Dialogue 2015

#OSCDialogue Concerns over liquidity have been hanging over the market, says #OSC‘s Huston Loke.

#OSCDialogue BlackRock’s Barbara Novick: liquidity concerns very much on minds of bond managers; developing best practices a key priority.

#OSCDialogue OSC’s Monica Kowal: watch for public transparency initiatives over next couple years from CSA/IIROC on corporate fixed income.

#OSCDialogue OSFI’s Mark Zelmer: Low rates a symptom of the fact we are still living with scars of the crisis.

#OSCDialogue BlackRock’s Novick: #SEC going in right direction on liquidity risk management; appropriately flexible approach.

#OSCDialogue Vanguard’s John Hollyer: liquidity one of the most critical risks, takes it very seriously, but debate’s become sensationalized.

#OSCDialogue IOSCO’s David Wright: IOSCO working hard to foster “good” securitization, not the “rubbish” that’s been so problematic.

#OSCDialogue IOSCO’s Wright: need to encourage best practice, enhance deterrents to bad behaviour. “We are on the job,” he says.

#OSCDialogue Vanguard’s John Hollyer: Low-rate policy a net benefit — bumps to come on way to higher rates outweighed by benefits.

Originally published on Advisor.ca

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