Andrea Enria

Bankers lament EU’s “forgotten” stress test

Conduct risk is a new focus, but the adverse macro scenario seems unlikely to produce information that might be useful to management.

Deutsche Bank - Getty

Buy-side counts cost of swaps regulatory reform

The impact of new regulation on banks has been the subject of fevered debate in recent years. What share of the pain has the buy-side had to endure?

Olaf Struckmeier

CoCo volatility threatens bank regulatory capital targets

Extreme volatility in the securities market has called into question the ability of some European banks to meet stringent loss-absorbing capital requirements by 2019.

Sylvie Goulard

UK deal stimulates EU banking union debate

The UK renegotiation agreement has sparked concerns about macroprudential policy and the fate of the EU single rulebook for banks.

Russell Hornsby-Clifton

Basel urged to adopt more sensitive approach to operational risk

Risk managers are divided on the value of internal models in the capital framework, but united on the need for a more sophisticated standardised formula.

Norm Champ

US investment funds resist derivatives cap

Fund managers are set to welcome the Securities and Exchange Commission plan to consolidate the rulebook, but not a cap on derivatives notional exposure.

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