Financial crisis and shale revolution show nothing is certain - Kaminski
Bank veterans Bristow and Pluta promoted to global co-heads, reporting to Rohrbaugh
Chris Leone and Dushyant Chadha replace Paul Galietto
The impending transition from Ben Bernanke to Janet Yellen at the US Federal Reserve is taking place at a particularly sensitive time, argues David Rowe – the new chair faces the logistical nightmare of unwinding a massive increase in the central bank’s...
Central counterparties a ‘Maginot line’ that won’t prevent financial breakdown, argues Queen’s University at Kingston assistant professor
Expert predictions of delayed start date proven correct
US Government Accountability Office identifies three examples where senior bank executives might have benefited from their positions on regional Federal Reserve boards
Risk Japan 2011: Mizuho Securities CRO praises Fed's Jackson Hole position; looks to Japan's new prime minister on JGB security
During a question and answer session at Risk Japan 2011 in Tokyo today, Mizuho Securities chief risk officer, Kenji Fujii, tells delegates Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke, was right not to have announced a new wave of quantitative easing last week. He also...
After the financial crisis of 2008–9, authorities needed to 'rehabilitate' corporate debtors to improve their creditworthiness. Why have they failed?
Bernanke says Fed expects to issue proposed rules on Sifi oversight this summer; also 'on schedule' to implement Basel III
Weaker clearing members could be overstretched by a crisis, dealers warn - but LCH.Clearnet and CME differ on the risk of wider access
In denial over monetary policy
Fixing too-big-to-fail is the single lesson of the financial crisis, says Fed chairman
Last year's Scap stress tests for US banks were a one-off, the Fed chairman said today.
Supervisor looking at range of issues as part of broader look at big banks, including compensation, compliance, and capital