A Basel III conference panel disagree over whether banks should publish liquidity coverage ratio and net stable funding ratio estimates now, even though the final rules are not yet agreed
Systemic risk committee at the Bank of England calls for power to use tools - such as liquidity and leverage ratios, and margin standards - to influence systemic risk
Mark Carney, Bank of Canada governor, tells banks to stop accusing others of bad behaviour
Fundamental review of Basel trading book rules may not begin in earnest until March 2012
As banks prepare for year-end introduction of new trading book rules, poll respondents single out the framework's modular approach for criticism
Experience from Japan’s financial crisis in the 1990s showed the importance of maintaining the core intermediation function of banks by not placing an excessive regulatory burden on them, a lesson that US and European regulators may have failed to grasp,...
Bankers at Eurofi conference in Wroclaw, Poland call for a wider range of assets to be eligible for Basel III's liquidity coverage ratio
CVA charge and Basel 2.5 rules incoherent and over-complicated, say dealers
Jonathan Faull dismisses suggestions CRD IV will lead to uneven application of Basel III
Report recommends a worst-case capital level of 22.5% for large ring-fenced retail banks and UK-headquartered systemically-important banks
The ICB's final report gives banks another layer of capital requirements to deal with
Industry experts fear ring-fencing of banks' retail operations as proposed in the ICB's interim report may spell the end for free banking in the UK
Basel Committee is working on criteria to decide what counts as a liquid asset, but secretary general says no decisions have yet been taken on how – or whether – to change the LCR
The Australian banking regulator has proposed the country’s banks meet new Basel III capital and liquidity rules two years ahead of G-20 commitments. The proposal has drawn immediate criticism from the Australian Bankers’ Association
IIF warns Solvency II risk charges may lead to imprudent asset allocation by insurers
Follow the leader?
Quo vadis, CVA?
Speakers on a panel at Risk Japan 2011 in Tokyo on August 30 debated the effects of international regulatory developments on Japanese financial institutions. Some parties believe Japan needs to team up with Europe to push back on Dodd-Frank extraterritoriality....
BBVA has been given until December 2011 to make improvements to its AMA model by the Bank of Spain, or will not obtain the capital savings the AMA allows
In its latest report, the IIF calls for cross-sector co-ordination in banking and insurance regulation