A global scheme of insurance supervision is proving a hard goal to achieve, with the US and Europe at loggerheads. Ellen Davis reports
Industry commentators are calling for a complete overhaul of Basel II’s advanced measurement approach. But do the problems lie with regulations, or with banks’ implementation of the approach?
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US regulators are looking again at the impact of loss data collection thresholds on the results from internal data modelling of operational risk at banks. While some banks are collecting loss data down to zero, other firms say data under the threshold...
Remit, the EU’s new energy trading regulation, sprung from political concerns about market abuse. The provisions will massively increase reporting requirements for energy producers. But do they go too far, and is the body charged with collecting market...
EU Polish presidency paper highlights concerns over aspects of the counter-cyclical capital buffer rules under CRD IV
Regulatory pressure and recognition of the importance of risk and compliance at firms is driving recruitment of executives from around the world into the Middle East
The Operational Riskdata Exchange says benchmarking is the next step in its effort to help operational risk managers improve their use of scenarios
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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