(Bloomberg) -- Global regulators are set to renew a push to tackle too-big-to-fail risks in the investment-fund industry as standard setters expand their focus beyond banks and insurers.

The International Organization of Securities Commissions said that it will publish a second batch of draft plans on Feb. 20 for identifying funds or particular investing practices that could present systemic risks, Greg Medcraft, the group’s chairman, told reporters in Seoul on Feb. 13.

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