Attempts to "defend" CDS positions broke the law, CFTC rules
Reaping the whirlwind
OpRisk discusses the evolving cyber threat with speakers from IBM, King's College London and the Information Security Forum.
Changing hats – November 2013
Control failures make the case for attention to governance, as our special report on governance, risk and compliance finds
US court fines bank's Japanese unit after December guilty plea
Regulator finds that "more than half" of UK insurers are still offering banned inducements
2010 reform act robbed the US authorities of the powers it used to fight crisis, conference hears
Modest increase in complaints related to payment protection insurance
Authors of their own destruction
Stephen Hart replaces Rob Pitfield as Scotiabank CRO, and other Changing Hats stories from the past month
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As US regulators prepare to introduce new stress-testing requirements for medium-sized banks, the Fed warns that the largest are still struggling to meet existing standards – and the intent of future stress tests is likely to be dramatically different
Settling complaints of mis-selling complex interest rate products could cost UK banks billions
FCA figures show no sign of slowing as banks step up provisions for payouts
The loss of service at one of the biggest US exchanges emphasises the risk of a failure at key service providers
The New York Department of Financial Services has launched an investigation of digital currencies such as Bitcoin, on service-level and money-laundering concerns
Major US banks are failing on key risk management tasks, regulator says
Criminal and civil charges against JP Morgan traders show Iksil will co-operate with prosecutors
Tobias Guldimann moves to newly-created risk position, and other Changing Hats stories from the last month
UK fraud down slightly as trends reverse
The challenge of AML continues to evolve, but banks need to beware of overreaching
Establishing a coherent system of legal entity identifiers has been an important challenge for the swaps industry over the past two years. Now, in the face of regulatory pressure, anti-money laundering teams face the same challenge – but meeting it...
Former SEC chief accountant returns to regulation