Regulators working on Pillar II guidance as well as fixed capital regime
Regulators could cap the maturity banks assume for large chunks of their deposit base
HMT bill could destroy UK structured deposits market
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New regulation on both sides of the Atlantic threatens to make money-market funds less attractive for corporate treasurers. Banks are hoping this cash will flood into fixed-term deposits instead, he...
A chance to catch up
The impact of an increasingly competitive landscape for retail deposits in Australia will felt in pricing, not liquidity – with the growing appeal of other asset classes a more significant threat ...
China insurers now allowed to invest in hybrid, convertible bonds and infrastructure asset and real estate
Attempts to match assets and liabilities on a country-by-country basis could be threatened if Greece exits eurozone, lenders fear
The hunt for silver linings
Investors are less likely to opt for exotic structures and underlying assets, UK distributors warn
Basel III rules may cause banks to reduce lending, worsening the economic slowdown, warn risk professionals in Asia-Pacific
Basel III arms race begins with product that uses a rolling, embedded option to keep deposits outside bounds of new liquidity ratio
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