Grand statements have been made about the need for a new financial supervision framework in Europe, but can the European Union work out the practicalities of reform? Patrick Blum reports
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It’s all very well to make grand statements about the need for a new financial supervision framework in Europe, but can the EU work out the practicalities of reform?
Despite the difficulty and cost involved, even banks accept that aspects of the old financial regulatory regime must yield their place and go. Patrick Blum asks industry consultants what Basel II reforms they expect to see in 2010, and how firms can prepare...
Op risk management no longer sits solely in the theoretical space, and has been brought down to earth with a thud. Patrick de Fontnouvelle of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston predicts 2010 will be a year of focusing on the practicalities of implementing...