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Since the global financial crisis, banking regulators and academics have extended the traditional, narrow definition of "systemic risk" to encompass concepts such as "interconnectedness" and "shadow banking". But, at the time of writing, a definition...
As spring knocks on our doors we seem to be living through another round of optimism in the financial industry, with people hoping we will return to some kind of normality. However, the usual hiccups are still part of the picture. The disaster scenarios...
Failure is a "black eye" for US financial sector, according to Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond unit head
Staff at the Bank of England were ill-equipped to deal with the crisis because they weren't working together, UK regulator tells convention
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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