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Basel Committee sees good progress on implementation
Guido Ravoet, secretary general of the European Banking Federation, talks to Victoria Pennington about changes in regulatory framework, the substantial amount of work facing compliance and risk executives, and why he thinks the EU financial regulatory...
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published a consultation paper yesterday outlining basic guidance for banks on the structure and operation of their compliance function, and "sets out banking supervisors' views on compliance in banking organisations."
BASEL - Banks need to integrate cross-border electronic banking risks into their overall risk management framework, the Basel Committee said in a paper released today.
LONDON - The biggest concern arising from the complex Basel II bank capital accord is about how it will operate for banks across national borders, Tanya Castell, London-based head of investment bank UBS Warburg’s risk policy group, said today.