Basel III: Far East regulators strive to maintain good reputation on implementation

Regulators in the Far East are often ahead of their counterparts in the US and Europe when it comes to implementing Basel standards. Despite some concerns over Basel III and regional variations they are likely to try and maintain their reputation for being good ‘Basel citizens’.

Brian Lynch

Industry calls for quick MiFID 2.5 to fix glitches

No sooner had the launch date of MiFID II passed and many in the industry were calling for a MiFID 2.5 to tidy up many of the Directive's lose ends


Making America’s regulatory system great again

Keith Noreika, the former acting Comptroller of the Currency, talks to GRR about his time as a regulator and discusses how parts of the US regulatory system might be reformed under the Trump administration 

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Central banks study issuing their own cryptocurrencies

Central banks are taking sure and steady steps towards developing electronic fiat currencies that may one day compete with commercial bank money.

ISE Brass Plaque © Irish Stock Exchange

ETFs: regulators step up fact-finding mission

Regulators are still piecing together the jigsaw of the complex, growing ETF market before announcing any sweeping changes.

Eleanny Wernecke

Stress tests improving, but challenges remain

Stress testing is now an integral part of the supervisory process and a recent report from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision noted big improvements in the technique over the last 10 years, but it also highlighted some ongoing challenges

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