Andrew Sheen at the UK Financial Services Authority has rapidly become one of the most respected experts in operational risk, perhaps due to his clear vision of where the profession needs to go and what it must do to get there.
One of the key challenges for the FSA will be the retention of talent throughout its restructure
Chairman and chief executive of the UK regulator say decision to break it up is ill-timed
The European Council has mandated Cebs to issue the results of this year's stress-testing exercise of the EU cross-border banking sector
Companies must follow the varying demands of regulators in social networks, as markets have different obligations.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer confirms the FSA is to be abolished and replaced with a new regulatory regime.
Sally Dewar, the head of risk at the UK Financial Services Authority, will resign in May
Banks operating in the UK may no longer make facilitation payments
UK FSA considers lifetime ban for Johnny Cameron
Living wills have quickly emerged as a new measure to ensure banks are better prepared for the next crisis. But clear definitions of exactly what information they should contain and how they should be drawn are lacking
Regulators should ban dividend payments or curb banker pay to conserve cash, instead of championing Cocos, says economist
Regulator more focused on “experience and qualifications”
Barclays Wealth says kick-out structures remain popular in the UK, despite the recent confusion over Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) eligibility. Barclays is reissuing two kick-out structures to UK investors.
UK regulator moves forward with its work stream focusing on raising the bar for TSA firms
Firms in the UK will need more guidance on complying with the Bribery Act's strict rules
Lawyers say decree appears limited
European regulators act as markets show “exceptional volatility”
Regulators mull over intervention options for systemic risk firms
Learning from the default of Lehman Brothers, a growing number of prime brokers are adapting their business model to ensure margin is segregated and secure, with some looking to win third-party validation for the controls they have in place. Which firms...
On March 19, the European Commission hosted a high-level, intensive conference on the construction of a new crisis management framework in the banking sector. But little agreement was found among regulators, legislators and bankers.
At OpRisk USA 2010 participants discussed how they can deal with increasing waves of regulation and add value in the new financial environment.