Editor’s letter - October 2010
Special report: Energy end-users
Editor’s letter - Energy end-users special report
Photos of the highlights from Energy Risk’s recent 2010 Awards ceremonies in Houston and London
Excessive risk-taking was a major cause of the recent meltdown in the financial markets. Time, then, for corporate governance to return in force
On March 19, the European Commission hosted a high-level, intensive conference on the construction of a new crisis management framework in the banking sector. But little agreement was found among regulators, legislators and bankers.
Commerzbank has been fined £595,000 for failing to provide accurate and timely transaction reports
American Bankers Association warns of growing burden of regulation on small banks
Report looks at current proposals to deal with systemic risk and bank failures
British Bankers Association submits response to consultation and hearing
Regulator seeks consistent approach to capital requirements across the European Union.
European bankers call for improvements to Markets in Financial Instruments Directive ahead of European Commission review; CESR calls for evidence on markets' developments
To prevent another financial crisis, should regulators introduce more of the same – that is, greater capital requirements – or should they take a completely different approach and address corporate culture and behaviour instead?
Senior regulatory figures speak out on future legislation at a Brussels conference
New op risk document from Cebs stirs up discord among op risk managers