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
Annual report shows case costs rising and convictions falling in Green's first year
Ehrman joins from SEC enforcement division
Less than 50% are confident they could survive a large-scale attack
Fines are driving up op risk losses, and the pace of prosecutions is not slackening
Suspicious activity data
Increasing spread of operational risk losses linked to fines in this year's survey of op risk at the world's 100 largest banks
Data privacy laws will continue to pose challenges for banks, conference hears
Internal and external IT risks are often the result of companies falling behind, conference told
Lean banks and financial institutions are more fragile in the face of disaster, warns Nomura business continuity head
In broadening customer access via mobile banking solutions, banks are opening themselves up to a new range of cyber threats
The ever-evolving threat
Op risk head warns algo trading could be "another Libor situation"
ORX chairman says Basel II definition is fundamentally flawed
Sigor chair says review focus will be on capital model credibility and comparability
CFTC commissioner warns lack of clear rules is "a major problem, nearly a crisis"
Private investment in risky areas is tempting disaster, UN report says
Editorial: Blowing in the wind
Crisis of over-confidence
Murdoch joins London investment manager
Elderfield moves from Irish central bank
Technical specialist will take over in July