Bernd Rummel describes EBA push for Europe-wide approach to capital rules
Black swan events affecting energy markets put stress testing to the test
The ability of banks to use their own internal models for determining stressed PDs and LGDs mean the results will not be comparable, bankers claim
FRB building models to compare and benchmark bank results from late 2011
HKEx says its proposed renminbi secondary market liquidity support mechanism for renminbi listed stocks is undergoing stress tests to ensure the facility is sizeable enough to support the healthy development of an offshore renminbi equities market in...
A substantial amount of the regulatory reform sweeping the US and Europe is still little understood and Asian institutions have yet to get to grips with the full impact of these changes, say speakers at industry event in Hong Kong. Intra-day data and...
Eiopa’s Bernardino: stress tests are Solvency II trial run
New regime will introduce regular capital tests - insurance industry doesn't have credibility problem, Eiopa chair says
Algorithmics' president and chief operating officer Michael Zerbs talks about the long-term impact of moving from Basel II to Basel III, including some 'unintended consequences' likely to emerge from the move to central clearing as well as the specific...
Fitch Ratings believes the cost of funding for Taiwanese banks could jump nearly 200 basis points should Taiwan or China property prices fall sharply. The country's banks are also prone to any slowdown in global economic growth.
Ireland's chief regulator has provided more detail on the recent stress tests carried out by the central bank of Ireland and plans to increase the powers of the body
Eiopa launches second insurer stress test
Taking the strain
Stressed in Monte Carlo
Stress tests underway for European banks use harsher adverse scenario and tighter capital rules than tests carried out last year
Central counterparties should be ready for failure of one or two largest customers, regulators suggest
European Banking Authority unveils timeline for second round of EU-wide stress tests with launch set for Friday; first executive director and internal committee named
Banks to be given details by end of Friday
Bank of Spain releases details of savings banks’ exposures to real estate sector, levels of provisions; says reforms have addressed slew of underlying problems
Basel 2.5 capital charge incoherent and challenging to implement, say risk managers
Fund’s Global Financial Stability Report and World Economic Outlook updates show concern over insufficiency of eurozone stress tests, links between banking and sovereign risks
New European Banking Authority announces second round of stress tests for European banks at opening meeting
2011 stress tests will struggle for credibility