Standardised global regulatory approach creates concentration risk

Ripples in water

The creation of a standardised approach to issues such as liquidity in Basel III creates a uniform approach to risk management that increases concentration risk and makes financial crises more frequent and severe, according to Christoph Michel, Asia-Pacific chief risk officer for Natixis.

Michel was speaking at a panel discussion on liquidity risk, hosted by Asia Risk in Hong Kong today, and was responding to a question from the audience of whether the current regulatory approach of imposing the

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