In this issue of The Journal of Computational Finance, we encounter different contemporary approximations and techniques for financial problems.
Figures from the US Financial Crime Enforcement show a near-record level of suspicious transactions, especially around money laundering
Modern CROs must think carefully about value, especially for capital-heavy products, says Tom Wilson
Common cultural practices may span the divides between financial institutions – promoting common operational risks
Policy expert says most trading risks already captured under Pillar 2 framework
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Head of op risk supervisory team views tools as 'catalysts for change'
Regulatory and supervisory deference in the context of Australia’s over-the-counter derivative trade reporting and derivative trade repositories regimes
This paper provides an Australian regulatory perspective on the over-the-counter landscape and shows how regulatory deference can play a facilitating role in the cross-border context.
BlackRock exec calls for standardised test before European clearing starts
Outsourcing and concentration could create inadvertent keystone companies
This paper argues that the current international policy measures with respect to central counterparties (CCPs) only partly address the systemic risk posed by CCPs.
Current offence under Financial Services Act 2012 is "unprosecutable"
Accounting exposures win out as banks seek to align capital with front-office practice
Analysis of risk factors in the Korean repo market based on US and European repo market experiences during the global financial crisis
This paper evaluates the Korean repo market in the light of the global financial crisis.
Personal accountability rules won’t change behaviour at lower rungs until enforced
"Why wouldn't you put up... all of your capital?" asks Olsen
Asia banks slow to follow European and US peers in pulling deposit services, says BTMU's Tomballe
Nearly $2.5 billion of corporate bond trades have been executed on dark pools since May
Accountability and learning from past failures key to sound risk culture
Leo Van Hove investigates a less-cash society from the perspective of a central bank
Intervention by France, Germany, UK could bring about “more considerate treatment”
Regulation could "kill the markets by trying to make them safer", frets Uwe Schulz
Operational risk loss data – August 2015