Risk Australia 2010: risks and regulation

Risks and regulation


A number of regulatory proposals currently being debated around the world could have significant implications for the way in which Australian institutions fund themselves, according to speakers and delegates attending Risk Australia 2010 in Sydney on August 31.

The proposed introduction of two new regulatory standards to strengthen liquidity risk management by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is a case in point. The proposals are intended to improve the resilience of banks against both

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