Building up buffers
Crisis? Oh, that crisis...
The age of change
Is the counter-cyclical toolbox incomplete?
Contingent upon capital
Regulators double down
European Parliament’s rapporteur for CRD IV suggests Basel III will hit European banks hardest and adjustments will be needed when the standards are transposed into European law
Contradictions in the US regulations slowing down exit from Basel II parallel run
A new study warns reform might only be enough to mitigate, not prevent, damage from a new crisis
Discussions are already under way behind closed doors, knock-on effects for bank capital could be substantial
In his keynote speech, Korean regulator Jong-Goo Yi highlighted the G-20's success in agreeing international regulatory reform.
Financial Stability Board chairman Mario Draghi says resolution regimes for systemically important banks operating across borders need not be bogged down in political tensions
FSB sets out broad direction for special treatment, but admits the possible need for national discretion.
"You can't leave the monkeys in charge of the bananas," supervisor argues on opening day of conference.
Regulators need to look beyond capital structures to human issues, says Docters van Leeuwen
European Parliament sets up future Basel III flashpoints
Liquidity coverage ratio as it stands will cause problems for Hong Kong banks, says head of banking policy at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Grease is the word
Throwing the book
Arminio Fraga warns about the use of globally standardised methodologies for regulatory capital, as well as the dangers of multiple central counterparties
Basel’s new 7% equity capital minimum welcomed