The UK Court of Appeal has overturned the decision earlier this month to halt a fraud trial because of a barristers' boycott over government cuts to legal aid
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Reforms of the UK financial regulatory system are supposed to have created a newly aggressive and active oversight function – but have they succeeded, and what will be the first targets of the new regime?
Penalties for control failures and illicit transactions provide an excellent motive for banks to take fraud and financial crime more seriously – for many, this has meant following the path to Oracle
Banks' controls may not be sufficient to deal with insider fraud, FHFA regulator tells OpRisk North America
Speakers call for op risk models to include the effect of the economic cycle – but there is uncertainty about how to relate macroeconomic factors to the risk of fraud
Doing enough detective work to discover whether companies are really rotten to the core may be challenging for busy risk managers. But bad eggs usually come with early warning signs, which are easier to spot, writes Vincent Kaminski
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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