Dodd-Frank will require some foreign banks to set up intermediate holding companies for their US operations and also subject them to enhanced liquidity, supervision and stress testing. How will Asian banks be affected given the flow of US dollars from...
Hong Kong regulator to consult banks on new LCR this quarter and assess level playing field implications before deciding on whether to adopt a phased approach
Decision to push back Basel III implementation motivated by capital concerns, say market sources
Barriers to entry
Tougher liquidity reporting standards imposed by the Australian regulator won't be a problem for the country's four main banks
French regulator also considering adjusting pre-approval schedule
Moves by US authorities to delay implementation of portions of Fatca provide little relief for institutions
Jurisdictions with an intergovernmental agreement in place may find foreign financial institutions facing a legal conflict with Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act compliance
A "Dear CEO" letter from the FSA on RDR is seen as a harbinger of its new interventionist stance
UK Financial Services Authority highlights problems with data control, ownership and validation
A reliance on liquid demand deposits may pose problems for Indonesian banks with no other obvious sources of funding
Meeting Basel III liquidity requirements will mean banks in the Special Administrative Region will need to look locally, according to KPMG
European Parliament plenary vote on Omnibus II will take place on November 20
Ineffective use of economic capital frameworks 'could obscure true risk profile of firm'
Asset managers seek to standardise Solvency II asset data provision, but industry-wide solution presents challenges
Solvency II presents considerable challenges for insurers and asset managers in terms of asset data management. Yet it is an area which to date has received relatively little attention. This webinar, in conjunction with BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, brings...
Charlie Patrick will succeed Brent McDaniel in London post
The European Parliament is proposing changing many delegated acts into regulatory standards potentially moving considerable power to Eiopa - and prompting the commission to take legal advice. Thomas Whittaker examines the implications
Data management proves an ominous task
When the whistle blows
Reporting requirements such as those under Fatca reciprocity make waves and divide opinion in the industry