Operational risk loss data – September 2015
Punitive standardised approach may replace modelling
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Regulators plan to propose single simple method
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Banks could still be forced to disclose quotes under Mifir despite Mifid reprieve
Dealers at London event remain unconvinced by controversial funding adjustment
Need for strong boards, risk culture and internal audit emphasised at IIA conference
Regulator will impose Basel III add-on if risks are not captured by LCR
“Most arbitrage trading has simply ceased,” Goldman exec counters
Banks call for audit trails and beefed-up role for risk committees
KRIs for rogue trading are vital defence against multi-billion-dollar losses from unauthorised trading
This paper identifies three steps in sourcing risk.
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.