Outdated systems and lax controls expose pension plans to 'operational failure'
Oversight from clearing members is good for central counterparties, says LME Clear CEO
Demutualised CCPs must find a way to keep clearing members engaged in risk management
HSBC's Mavroudis says fines are likely; Mizuho's Alvarez sees a measured response
Capital add-on is "a stick that's out there", says Santander's Goddard
Mizuho International CRO thinks front line and risk management must act in partnership
Good risk culture makes firms more responsive, says UK regulator’s head of enforcement
Finma said to be considering penalties
CIIA's Peters says auditors often lack right skills and support of bank boards
Patricia Jackson discusses her new book and the different factors that influence an effective risk culture.
Firms need technology solutions that can update in line with regulation
Delegating Emir reporting may cause more problems than it solves
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Regulator reasserts governance and control requirements ahead of Solvency II
Authorities must adapt to challenge of Solvency II along with insurers
Higher costs of failure are driving banks to improve anti-fraud measures
Dealing with regulatory demands and uncertainty
Concerns national specific templates could lead to gold-plating and increased reporting burden
PRA claims it cannot offer advice until publication of Implementing Technical Standards
This year's survey of operational risk managers shows that the importance of operational risk management is becoming more widely accepted – but there is still no consensus on how to involve it in different areas of the business
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Dual-reporting could confuse investors and undermine confidence in the LTG package, say experts
Despite massive investment in human capital and technical resources, risk managers failed to warn about the dangers of toxic assets and excessive leverage in the run-up to the global financial crisis. Their lack of authority is partly to blame, writes...