Too big to fail
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Trafigura, Vitol and other trading houses unlikely to be captured by proposed criteria for global systemically important financial institutions
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The rapid growth of commodity trading houses has led critics to question whether these firms have become a source of systemic risk. But trading houses strongly reject such arguments, and suggest the...
Cross-border resolution could be harder under US-style capital and liquidity plans, says Finma's head of bank supervision
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Too-big-to-fail: the next Chapter
The Office of Financial Research is charged with supplying data to help US regulators assess potential risks to the financial system, but Isda panellists express scepticism over what data should be ...
The funding squeeze
Regulators are looking at how financial markets could be proofed against the collapse of a CCP – but there are more questions than answers at the moment, says the EC’s Patrick Pearson
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