Fugitives and fast-movers
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Federal Reserve proposals limiting counterparty risk could put RBS and the UK government in one pot – potentially forcing US banks to cut exposure to both
The US energy industry scores a victory as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission finalises two key pieces of Dodd-Frank derivatives regulation, modifying its original proposals to ease the compliance burden on firms that operate in physical energy...
Chilton warns banks to either co-operate with regulators on the Volcker rule or get out of its way, as it is definitely happening
Editor's letter – getting the middle-office systems right
Slowly but surely
A committed committee?
Approaching the terminal
Chairman Gensler is understood to have relented on ‘substituted compliance’ in order to pass the proposed guidance
CFTC orders Barclays to pay a $200 million penalty. Commissioner Bart Chilton says agency is "vigorously looking at individuals"
Resolving issues around the extraterritorial application of derivatives regulation is a major outstanding issue that needs to be addressed, says FSA’s acting director of markets
Improving risk governance throughout the organisation
Credit rating agency oversight starts today
Foreign exchange swaps and forwards should be exempted from the Dodd-Frank ban on prop trading, or else liquidity in the spot market could suffer, industry participants say
JP Morgan’s recent $2 billion trading loss could toughen a trio of Dodd-Frank Act rules, potentially hurting energy markets, the International Energy Agency says
Speaking to Risk after JP Morgan boss testifies on $2 billion loss, US Senate banking committee member Kay Hagan says risk modelling and reporting need overhaul
CFTC due to release interpretive guidance note within a week, which aims to clarify extraterritorial application of its rules
Speakers at OpRisk Europe conference call for balance between harmonisation and national freedom
Regulators propose overhaul of US capital framework in long-awaited response to Basel III and Basel 2.5 - but there are differences to the European version of the rules
A club no-one wants to join