Regulators

The outlook for 2021 – FRTB

Eugene Stern, head of market risk products at Bloomberg, reveals how banks are adapting their strategies in the current environment, and why FRTB affords banks a unique opportunity to develop a unified view on market risk and enhance their overall risk…

Libor Risk – Quarterly report Q3 2020

The transition away from Libor is littered with ‘chicken and egg’ conundrums. Deep cash markets linked to new risk-free rates (RFRs) require a liquid derivatives market for issuers to hedge exposures, yet RFR derivatives liquidity can only blossom where…

Credit risk rethought – The new data imperative

The Covid‑19 pandemic has caused a seismic shift in the world of credit risk analysis. As pressure mounts on business leaders, regulators and governments, the demand for robust, reliable, forward-looking credit risk information is at a premium. Faced…

FRTB implementation – Covid-19 and Libor pressure

Industry leaders discuss the pressures FRTB is placing on banks’ data infrastructure and systems, how FRTB may constrain banks’ ability to manage future volatility, and the potential complications to implementation caused by such factors as the Covid‑19…

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