Regulators' efforts to prevent another crisis are having the opposite effect
Chairman of the FSA uses annual Mansion House speech to highlight the issue of bank culture
Report by Treasury Select Committee reviews plans for new agency's role in European regulatory decisions
Editorial: Complexity intensity
FSA chair Adair Turner insists on the consideration of counter-cyclical macro-prudential policies in the run-up to regulatory structure overhaul
Sixty-nine per cent of respondents urge regulatory action on risk-weighted assets
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Designs on design
UK's Financial Policy Committee takes shape
UK Financial Services Authority chief and future Bank of England deputy Hector Sants says neglect of financial stability was Bank's gravest policy error
Financial Services Authority chairman Adair Turner supports Twin Peaks approach “in theory” but argues benefits could have been achieved without breaking up regulator
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Chairman and chief executive of the UK regulator say decision to break it up is ill-timed
The UK Financial Services Authority will finalise its new liquidity requirements by the end of the year, but certain aspects of the proposals remain highly contentious, and the regulator has been criticised for rushing ahead of the Basel Committee, which...
Banking supervision must focus on better capital and liquidity standards, said Adair Turner, chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA).
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Adair Turner, chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority, has accused banks of using financial innovation "to extract economic rents rather than deliver services of real value to the real economy", and called for higher capital levels and constraints...
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The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA)'s chairman Adair Turner has outlined proposed new capital rules for UK banks, which would see minimum capital levels determined based on balance sheet growth or full-cycle loan book risk.