Why we quantify
SEC appoints James Burns as deputy director in trading and markets division
Institute of Operational Risk appoints three new council members
SEC appoints Erica Williams as deputy chief of staff
CSDs in harmony?
Crispin Odey, winner of the outstanding contribution to the industry award at the 12th European Single Manager Awards 2012, talks about hedge funds, performance, regulation and politicians.
New research finds banks face steep extraterritorial compliance costs
The potential ban on the sale of unregulated collective investment schemes to retail will also reduce the range of investments in the private wealth sector, say industry participants
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s proposed rule on the end-user exception to clearing is unworkable for many energy firms that use swaps for hedging say market experts
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is very close to finalising its long-awaited definition of a swap, says CFTC general counsel Dan Berkovitz
IIF appoints deputy managing director
Blizzard replaces Robert Plaze
Volcker rule requirements for chief executive compliance responsibility called into question
FSA begins its ‘twin peaks’ approach, but some participants say questions remain over how the new structure will work
The ongoing crisis in Europe is casting doubt over Basel III framework, says a former Basel Committee member
To the rescue
New regulation and the ongoing sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone are named as the key challenges for 2012 by the winners of this year’s Risk awards
Extracting value from high-net-worth investors became a priority for Belgian banks in response to the Financial Services and Markets Authority's moratorium, but as mounting regulatory pressure spooks investors, private banks are bringing their structured...
Resignation letter links derivatives trade to moral collapse at bank
Fatca passthru payments need to be scaled back, according to one industry expert
Two-thirds of upstream US energy companies have done nothing to comply with new regulations imposed by the Dodd-Frank Act, according to a new survey
SEC/CFTC Capital Markets Working Group could be "just another talking shop"