Acquirers are being punished for actions they had no control over
Regulator announces reforms in response to financial crisis failings
This three-part series looks at the various factors that firms across the ecosystem of global FX markets - from the buy-side, the sell-side, and the supporting community of technology vendors and service providers - should consider in order to, not just survive, but to thrive in this dynamic and ever-changing environment.
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This paper examines the dynamic linkages in credit risk between the money market and the derivatives market during 2004-9. We use the T-bill-Eurodollar (TED) spread to measure credit risk in the money...
Settlement resolves civil claims over residential mortgage-backed securities
Despite massive investment in human capital and technical resources, risk managers failed to warn about the dangers of toxic assets and excessive leverage in the run-up to the global financial crisi...
Regulators' efforts to prevent another crisis are having the opposite effect
For several years leading up to the outbreak of the financial crisis, growth in the use of arbitrage collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) was explosive. In this paper, we discuss potential sources of...
Although the financial crisis of the late 2000s was largely triggered by credit and market risk events, there were also substantial impacts on operational risk. We identify these impacts using nearly a...
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This whitepaper reviews the fundamental changes of Liquidity Risk Management under Basel III. It discusses how institutions can meet the regulatory requirements on liquidity risk management by enhancing their liquidity risk analytics, funds transfer pricing methodologies, liquidity stress testing frameworks, and enterprise risk management platforms.