The annual Risk magazine awards--in pictures--were once again a fabulous night for those who attended to pick up their gongs
A new report from Fitch Ratings suggests Europe's public finances are on the mend, reducing pressure to borrow in 2011
A quick overview of the top ten articles across the whole of Risk.net in 2010 provides a roadmap of the year's main themes
Interdealer broker Icap will launch decimalised pricing on major currency pairs on EBS Spot on February 14, the broker told FX Week.
Rulemakers are falling over themselves to introduce measures to link remuneration more closely with risk, in an effort to appease an irate public. But will their new rules work in practice, and will they have the desired effect of making compensation...
Discussions are already under way behind closed doors, knock-on effects for bank capital could be substantial
New EU-wide regulations for retail investment products are needed to lure investors back into European securities, according to speakers at the ICFR conference in Amsterdam
Regulators need to look beyond capital structures to human issues, says Docters van Leeuwen
The remuneration proposals for EU banks would make it difficult for banks to recruit and retain people in Asia, and create large personal tax liabilities
Cebs secretary-general Arnoud Vossen, in an interview with Operational Risk & Regulation, says work on improving supervisory colleges is speeding up
European Commission proposals of extensive new powers at odds with Basel vision of colleges, and Cebs' new assessment of success of information-sharing initiatives
Expert paper calls on HMT to ensure EU legislation on clearing and reporting doesn't damage London's dominance or inhibit market activity in particular asset classes.
Plans to overhaul the Basel trading book in 2011 have raised concerns about implementation targets
The US CFTC leverage rules on retail foreign exchange transactions less harsh
The break-up of the UK Financial Services Authority is beginning to take shape, says the regulator's head of risk management
The recent financial crisis in the west has presented China with a range of challenges as well as opportunities.
The ink was hardly dry on Basel II when the international financial crisis saw that agreement being ripped up and recreated as Basel III.
The world is watching nervously as sovereign debt is rocked by fiscal and economic crises in the eurozone.
Derivatives clearing is one of the hottest regulatory topics at the moment around the world.
At the annual Association of Online Publishers (AOP) dinner on June 10, Incisive Media won a major award for its efforts to deliver quality online content to its web-based communities.