Global Risk Regulator, a service from The Banker, spans the world of regulation as it

impacts banking, insurance and the securities markets, as well as financial reporting.

 

It offers insight into the latest thinking of regulators and involves in-depth coverage

of key policies, including: 

• G20 global coordination initiatives

• Basel III capital and liquidity rules

• Dodd-Frank financial reforms

• MiFID-II processes

• Solvency-II developments

 

Meet the editor 

Justin Pugsley web

  Justin Pugsley is the editor of Global Risk Regulator. 

  Justin has over 20 years experience writing about business, finance and markets. 

  He has written for media outlets such as Dow Jones / Wall Street Journal,

  Financial News, Euromoney, Thomson Reuters and International Financing

  Review. He also also edited a number of specialist commodity publications. 

  He spent a number of years providing corporate writing services for

  companies such as Allianz Group, Accenture and Aviva Investors. 

  Justin has a keen interest in investing, economics and history.  

  

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