Last week’s drop in US markets could yet provoke regulatory fallout
Fat finger error mooted as possible cause for US market plunge
Insurance firms are using GRC to cope with tight budgets and heavy compliance burdens
An EBF report calls on EU governments to hold back on punitive reforms to banking bonuses because they may threaten the competitiveness of EU financial centres
Systemic risk management will require enterprise-wide information gathering
This year’s OR&R software survey shows that not only is operational risk management expanding way beyond its initial remit, but governance, risk and compliance is also establishing itself as a firm favourite among those looking to weather recent market...
Regulators are increasing pressure on UK firms to demonstrate data protection compliance
A report from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says the Stanford fraud was ignored for a decade because it was too big and too complex.
An SEC proposal targets high-frequency trading and fund managers in particular.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has committed his party to punitive unilateral bank bonus regulations in the UK election race.
Ideas about governance, risk and compliance are still evolving, but the downturn has provided a chance to put them into action.
The UK Bribery Bill will be passed imminently, bringing the country into compliance with OECD anti-corruption guidance.
Inadequate reporting systems and controls to prevent market abuse leads to £4.2m fines for three London firms.
Inter-agency funding guidance from US federal banking agencies seeks to learn lessons from the liquidity crisis.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has settled with the OFT for breaking competition rules with Barclays
The G-20 FSB says financial pay structures are still evolving globally but that progress is good