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Thomas Leonardi, head insurance regulator for Connecticut, argues that the Dodd-Frank reforms of insurance supervision may not address the causes of the crisis
Regulators' demands for more transparency are loading a heavy burden on to compliance, IT and operational risk teams at financial institutions. But collecting the data could have unforeseen benefits too....
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The insurance industry is worried that new proposals for identifying global systemically important insurers fail to distinguish them properly from the banking sector. Insurers, they argue, represent a much lower systemic threat than banks, and they are...
Credit Suisse is trying to halve risk-weighted assets for its fixed-income division. That has been painful work – businesses and clients have been cut – but Gaël de Boissard says the bank is now closer to having a Basel III-compliant franchise than...
Federal Reserve Board proposals on the supervision of systemically important non-banks would subject insurers to a bank-style regime. Insurance risk managers say the rules make no sense for their industry. By Peter Madigan
New regulations mandating the central clearing of OTC derivatives bring operational risks for central counterparties and increased exposure to systemic risk. In the second of a two-part series, ORR looks at the problems and opportunities for clearing...
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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