Analysis

Unique insights into shadow banking and opaque markets.

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Research

Data compilation for investors, service providers, and regulators.

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Experience

Market expertise in risks, procedures, and governance.

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Perspective

Policy trends in global capital markets.

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Bringing Clarity to Developing Markets

Prudential and regulatory changes have introduced new levels of complexity into global markets, the effects of which will play out over decades.  Keen foresight, astute observation, and a thorough understanding of the past and present of financial markets are vital to addressing the potential perils and profits ahead.

The Center for the Study of Financial Market Evolution (CSFME) is an independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve transparency, reduce risks, support research, and promote sound regulation of financial markets. It does so by conducting data-driven analysis, providing investor education and outreach, and supporting regulatory reviews in otherwise opaque markets. It serves individual and institutional investors, banks, brokers, other financial market participants, academic institutions, and government regulatory agencies.
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ROSE Program

Regulatory Outreach for Student Education (ROSE) Program. CSFME partners directly with universities and colleges to help students better appreciate the subtleties of the ongoing debate among professionals in the U.S. financial industry and policy makers at the federal regulatory agencies.  CSFME's ROSE Program provides top economics and finance undergraduates with opportunities to  meet with representatives from industry trade groups and federal agencies in Washington. Learn more about ROSE.

News

Thursday, February 04, 2016

OFR Publishes Repo Survey Results. Calls for Better Data Standards.

The Office of Financial Research released results of its survey of the bilateral repo markets. ...
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Thursday, January 28, 2016

OFR Report Highlights Unintended Consequences of Swaps CCPs

On January 27, 2016, the Office of Financial Research (OFR), an arm of the Treasury Department ...
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