Our latest exploration of cyber issues features articles on cyber risk insurance, the costs involved in data loss, and a Q&A with State Street’s David Saul, who talks about developments in the field...
The bulk of the Dodd-Frank reforms were implemented last year. Now it is Europe's turn. Is there anything Europe can learn from across the Atlantic?
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A 58-word footnote in a 33,000-word document might not sound like a big deal – but when it allows unrealised gains and losses on trillions of dollars of bonds to affect bank capital levels, people will sit up and pay attention. And then they will send...
In a recent meeting with a couple of senior derivatives dealers, one of them – who heads trading in Europe for a large, international bank – complained his employer had started requiring him to sign off on the activities of his team on a daily basis,...
The development of Solvency II is in a crucial phase. The three key European law-making institutions – the European Parliament, European Council and European Commission – are engaged in the so-called ‘trilogue' negotiations to agree the final text...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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