Derided pricing adjustment is being used to undercut competition, traders claim
Sparkassen and co-operative sectors 'look like an outlier that doesn't fit with Europe'
Global code of conduct must be adopted, Schiavi and Debelle insist
Latest review identifies two ‘medium-level systemic risks’ to eurozone
Tests should link banks and real economy, say ECB's Constancio and BoE's Brazier
Debt may only be eligible for either TLAC or central bank liquidity
Bank of England support seen as 'only' option to ease collateral fears
Pan-European securities settlement platform goes live on time and with minimum disruption
Minenna of Italy's market regulator warns of serious unintended consequences
Chair of Europe's new bank resolution board says derivatives are not "sacrosanct"
Basel group split over how to reflect European plans for 'simple' securitisations
Executive board member says there is much to learn about how macro-prudential tools work
Investor interest sparks race to construct new products
Vice-president says securities regulator could be given new powers
Growing sovereign bond portfolios face new risks and mixed messages
New watchdog a great idea in theory, banks say - but early months have been difficult
Chair of eurozone watchdog tells Risk.net member states should ditch carve-outs
De Vidts’ impartiality questioned due to dual Clearstream role
Regulators criticised for reticence over why they rejected some test results
On Thursday, eurozone bank supervisors will be asked to give up dozens of safe harbours
SSM chair also wants to end rule opt-outs that make banks "look stronger than they really are"
Banks would have to raise equity equal to 0.7% of current levels, ESRB finds
Greek political upheaval sets up a lose-lose confrontation for the eurozone
Verdict due on March 4 in first of three UK complaints about eurozone clearing