Banks struggling to cope with implementing the wave of new legislation might miss indications of another crisis
The second-largest bank in Cyprus is in the market with an offer to convert shares into convertible contingent capital securities, but is it a curiosity piece or the genuine article?
A substantial amount of the regulatory reform sweeping the US and Europe is still little understood and Asian institutions have yet to get to grips with the full impact of these changes, say speakers at industry event in Hong Kong. Intra-day data and...
The liquidity conundrum
Collateral: look, but don’t touch
Investment banks are urging financial institution clients to issue old-style lower Tier II capital before the window closes on January 1, 2013, when the full force of Basel III capital rules come into effect.
Adjusting the adjustments
Asia’s LCR challenge
Switch of assets to trading book and subsequent sales meant to limit Basel III capital impact, says Citi's CFO
Fitch Ratings endorses Australian draft legislation on covered bonds, but says market needs more detail on reporting requirements
Despite reports the German Bank is seeking to sidestep new US capital rules, the restructure of Taunus will help Deustche Bank put capital to better use
Counting the costs
Almost half of Fitch survey respondents say lack of regulatory clarity is the biggest issue facing the risk management industry
Algorithmics' president and chief operating officer Michael Zerbs talks about the long-term impact of moving from Basel II to Basel III, including some 'unintended consequences' likely to emerge from the move to central clearing as well as the specific...
Bank of Japan veteran and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu partner, Tsuyoshi Oyama, discusses the changed role of central banks post-global financial crisis and potential conflicts with their new role.
Experts say fencing off retail deposits would leave investment banks struggling to meet key Basel III liquidity ratio
Firms waiting for clarity on regulatory requirements concerning risk data quality, but delay is a mistake, say panellists at a London seminar, hosted by think-tank JWG.
Industry group fears European Union legislative process will set LCR and NSFR flaws in stone
Changes to the detail of Basel III will make timely implementation a challenge, say attendees at Risk Europe
Traditional investors won't be won over by debt that converts into equity, says conference panel - and one CoCo issuer raises threat of feedback effects
The requirement under the Dodd-Frank Act to eliminate any reliance on external credit ratings could put US banks at a competitive disadvantage under Basel III, says the Basel Committee’s Stefan Walter