Industry calls for second Pillar 3 consultation

William Coen

As the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision prepares to finalise the first phase of a complete overhaul of the Pillar 3 framework, industry players are calling for a second consultation.

Proportionality the key challenge for EU benchmark rules

Cora van Nieuwenhuizen

A new parliamentary rapporteur is winning broad-based support, but the move beyond International Organisation of Securities Commissions principles still raises concerns.

Transparency alarm grows as ESMA sets out MiFID liquidity definitions

The European securities regulator has chosen to define fixed-income liquidity by classes of instrument, sparking fears of a blunt measure.

EU money market fund rules may flounder

Brian Hayes

Tighter concentration limits and increasingly scarce high-quality sovereign bonds could scupper plans for EU government funds.

Levin’s exit casts pall over US commodities regulation

Carl Levin

The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations sought to kick-start regulation of bank holdings of physical commodities, but momentum may be lost with the senator’s retirement.

Conduct moves to top of agenda as pay debate continues

Mark Carney 167x96

The UK senior managers regime is at the forefront of international efforts to align incentives with good risk management, but legal difficulties abound.

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