Regulators

Initial margin – A regulatory bottleneck

With the recent announcement of an extended preparation period for those smaller entities needing to post initial margin under the uncleared margin rules, the new timetable could cause a bottleneck for firms busy repapering derivatives contracts linked…

Risk Markets Technology Awards 2020 winners' review

Advances in technology are often a double-edged sword. For banks, the past couple of years have brought tremendous leaps in the ability to capture, manipulate and apply large volumes of data to everyday decisions; but it has been accompanied by a step…

The problem with GRC

Boards may care more about products and profits than governance, risk and compliance (GRC). But without an effective GRC programme, the fun soon stops when trouble calls, says Michael Gibbs, chief executive of SureStep Risk + Analytics

The Fundamentals of market risk rules

With the 2022 Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) deadline looming, banks are fast coming to grips with the amount of work still to be done to achieve a successful implementation

Opening the buy-side liquidity pool

Vikash Rughani, business manager at triReduce and triBalance, outlines a new approach enabling buy- and sell-side participants to optimise the transition of legacy Libor over-the-counter swaps contracts to alternative reference rates

Best CVA practices in Japan

At a recent roundtable in Tokyo, banks and regulators discussed progress on credit valuation adjustment (CVA). While, in many respects, the work towards implementing best practices in the country is on track, challenges remain in resourcing and…

Realising opportunities while managing conduct risk

As efforts to transition from Libor to risk-free rates ramp up, Maria Blanco and Nassim Daneshzadeh, partners in PwC’s US and UK financial services practices, discuss two critical and interconnected strategies that are front and centre for PwC clients

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