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Bribery Act raises corporate liability questions
IIF: Pay rates too biased towards front office
Italian authorities are investigating IOR president Ettore Gotti Tedeschi over account irregularities
Systemically important payment systems get a "pass" mark but are asked to focus on crisis communication
Partnership on GRC software leads to deal, and new opportunities, says OpenPages' Gordon Burnes
Questions remain on the calibration of capital requirements for operational risk under Solvency II's standard formula.
Regulatory requirements in the US and Europe mean banks now have tougher pay standards to comply with
US banks must consider disclosure rules for CEO and median pay packages
The passing of the Dodd-Frank Act into US law signifies profound changes for banks and regulators. But how they should prepare now for the new legislation is still far from certain
Increased regulatory scrutiny combined with investor demand for better transparency and corporate governance standards is driving improvements in the way operational risk is managed at asset and fund management businesses since the events of the financial...
Japan’s regulator points to Mizuho Financial Group’s operational risk management model as an example for banks in the country to follow. Shigehiko Mori, the group’s head of operational risk, talks about how the model works and his plans for continued...
FDIC's Bair says agency ratings being inappropriately used as substitute for due diligence
First-time outsourcers might have overlooked or underestimated operational risks involved
An Australian study by Mercer says 75% of super funds hold op risk reserves
US regulators are hiring more staff in preparation for Dodd-Frank changes
Intellectual property and internal talent could get caught up in bank prop desk divorce
A study suggests the retention of unnecessary information is creating overflows and increased risks at many businesses
New UK bonus rules are widened to cover thousands more investment firms
...and US issues supervisory guidance
New legislation means more study and rule-makings needed, creating operational risks for banks
More details emerge on how the new regulatory regime in the UK will be structured
The planned Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could drive US focus on treating customers fairly for retail banking and credit products