Too big to fail
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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Former IMF adviser Rosa Lastra says international regulatory framework should apply 'hard' rules on cross-border resolutions
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BoE's Bailey: UK PRA and banks will be 'heavily engaged'
European Commission says pension funds should also be classed as “too big to fail”
Central clearing might solve some of the problems with over-the-counter derivatives, but it is by no means a straightforward solution, and could raise some additional problems
Richard Fisher, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank, has called large banks "the greatest threat to our financial system's stability" and backed former Treasury secretary Paul Volcker's calls...
The idea of imposing a levy on large financial firms is a “flawed policy”, with economic costs outweighing any potential benefits, according to a recent white paper prepared by Washington, DC-based...
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has called on regulators to push banks to simplify their structures to make them easier to wind up in the event of collapse. Capital or other prudential requirements,...
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