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The Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the central banks of the UK, Canada and Switzerland have agreed upon a series of auctions to provide billions for credit-starved financial institutions.
The credit crisis has highlighted serious shortfalls in transparency and risk management among UK banks, and could still spread to affect the equity and commercial property markets, the Bank of England warned today.
In its latest Financial Stability Report, released yesterday, the Bank of England said the UK financial system was still healthy, but warned that advances in financial engineering were exposing the system to the risk of a sudden decline in credit quality...
An operational risk benchmarking exercise completed by financial institutions and UK authorities in 2005 has led to the creation of a new business continuity practice guide for the UK financial industry.
The UK’s Bank of England has today warned that a sharp jump in borrowing linked to private equity deals has left corporations at increasing risk of defaulting on loan commitments.
The Bank of England gave the UK banking industry a stark warning today to improve stress-testing systems to avoid being dangerously exposed if there is a 'severe shock' to the financial system. The UK’s central bank made the comments in its twice-yearly...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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