Risk technology rankings 2009

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New financial markets regulation is coming thick and fast. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has already announced plans to introduce an incremental risk charge and stressed value-at-risk measure, and is preparing to finalise proposals on a leverage ratio, capital buffer and a quantitative liquidity charge. Regulators have put greater emphasis on counterparty credit risk exposures, enterprise risk management, stress testing and accurate market data, while the UK Financial Services

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