There is discord in the industry over whether CCPs will be able to deal with the risks of clearing OTC derivatives as mandated by new regulation
Industry experts warn new Mifid and Mifir proposals might push business overseas
Data industry executives say national regulators must now champion the legal entity identifier project if risk management goals are to be met
Non-US banks will have an advantage over US counterparts when it comes to prop trading, according to one legal expert
Statement is beginning of "a series of recommendations" from BlackRock on ETF market, says iShares head of sales
Industry experts warn uniform modelling under Solvency II could lead to risk contagion
ERM is being driven from within firms in the Nordic countries, according to survey results
More obligations for energy firms under MAD revisions
Dangerous adaptation: the evolution of risk
UK investment platform Cofunds appoints Paul Miller as risk and compliance director
As banks prepare for year-end introduction of new trading book rules, poll respondents single out the framework's modular approach for criticism
Risk & Return Australia 2011
Only 21% are highly confident about model data quality
Triggering alarm bells
Editorial: A shot across the bows
Basel III's higher capital levels mean "bankers' pay will come down"
After the financial crisis of 2008–9, authorities needed to 'rehabilitate' corporate debtors to improve their creditworthiness. Why have they failed?
David Murphy leaves Isda, to be replaced on an interim basis by Peter Sime, the association's recently appointed head of research
Hank Prybylski of Ernst & Young LLP discusses how firms are effectively dealing with risk management during a time of intense focus on financial regulatory reform.
UK FSA's Hedge Fund survey and Hedge Fund as Counterparty survey find systemic risk low, but it does offer limited warnings