UK banks are still paying hundreds of millions a month to customers mis-sold payment protection insurance, but the flow is dwindling
Operating in high-risk countries, especially through intermediaries or third party resellers, will expose banks and other financial institutions to the danger of prosecution under the Bribery Act – unless...
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Cyber risk is a new and rapidly developing threat, and this means that risk transfer through insurance, helpful in other areas of operational risk, is of only limited use as a defence against it
Reforms of the UK financial regulatory system are supposed to have created a newly aggressive and active oversight function – but have they succeeded, and what will be the first targets of the new regime?
Latest data on op risk losses from SAS
Even dark pools have not escaped the regulatory spotlight – and financial supervisors in the EU and elsewhere are now facing up to the question of whether they provide value to the market as a whole, and how (or if) their activities should be limited...
Regulatory reform, cyber security and conduct risk were top of the agenda at OpRisk North America – watch the highlights on video
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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