Allegations of manipulation are particularly bad for energy trading firms, which should respond by holding themselves to higher standards
Regulatory mindset 'creates no value' for US insurers
Industry trying to focus on Orsa and regulatory capital
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US insurers dealing with potentially heavier load from federal regulation and the Orsa
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Highlights from this year's OpRisk Europe conference
UK regulator said to be losing focus during on-site visits
Questions remain about why France and Germany are yet to sign their IGAs with the US
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