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...
Central counterparties a ‘Maginot line’ that won’t prevent financial breakdown, argues Queen’s University at Kingston assistant professor
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US Government Accountability Office identifies three examples where senior bank executives might have benefited from their positions on regional Federal Reserve boards
Post-crisis reforms will reduce leverage and squeeze returns, but JP Morgan’s Daniel Pinto is worried about two strands of regulation in particular, he tells Duncan Wood – margin for uncleared trades and the Volcker rule
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?
Weaker clearing members could be overstretched by a crisis, dealers warn - but LCH.Clearnet and CME differ on the risk of wider access
The Fed is loath to admit accommodative monetary policy contributed to the financial crisis.
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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