Capital rules, Libor and green markets

The week on Risk.net, June 8–14, 2019

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Pilot fatigue: how capital rules overwhelmed bank strategy

Regulators shouldn’t run a bank – but Basel III and stress tests have put them in the cockpit

Libor leaders: how seven firms are tackling the transition

BMO, Prudential, Associated British Ports, LCH and others reveal their plans to move off troubled benchmark

Exchange leaders see a greening future in derivatives

On ESG, Europe is ahead of the US, new products are sprouting and sourcing of metals is being examined

 

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