Survey from London-based think tank shows firms not yet ready to meet the data challenge posed by new financial regulation
Under the bar, over the top?
Taking the strain
European policymakers and regulators are considering dramatic changes to the capital treatment for government bonds
"We're not taking enough risk"
Basel III and IFRS 9: A tightening of the regulations
Prudential’s Thiam sees Asian infrastructure deals as ALM panacea; 340,000 Asia sales force 'completely insufficient'
Increasing numbers of infrastructure deals in Asian markets may help insurers meet their long-term liabilities, according to Prudential’s group chief executive.
Some risk officers at international and domestic banks in the Asia-Pacific region are frustrated by the regulatory focus on country-by-country stress tests and a trend towards branch liquidity.
Netting treatment in controversial current exposure method is up for discussion at an April stakeholder meeting, but regulators reject other criticisms
An uphill struggle
A call for collateral
ORR recognises those in the operational risk management profession who are working to ensure op risk keeps developing, and that it stays high on management’s agenda
Put your hands together
Stockholm-based service already has Swedish debt office on board. Launch planned for second half of 2011
Global financial services risk management leader Prybylski discusses forecasting, risk appetite, and Basel III
UK Treasury Select Committee chair Andrew Tyrie says fundamental changes to the way banks are supervised a must; tripartite system left no one in charge
Elbert Pattijn, chief risk officer at DBS in Singapore, believes modifications to Basel III liquidity rules made late last year may still fall short of industry requirements to meet the final regulatory definitions of high quality liquid assets.
Basel 2.5 capital charge incoherent and challenging to implement, say risk managers