A specialist service from the Financial Times, Global Risk Regulator combines insightful reporting across the regulatory landscape with opinion from the most influential thought-leaders, regulatory and policy experts.

Global Risk Regulator provides insight and analysis on current and upcoming financial regulation and examines its impact on banking and capital markets. 

It covers the major regulatory developments such as: the pressure for banks to improve their operational risk management in light of growing cyber and climate threats; the evolution of stress-testing; how regulators are reacting to reduced liquidity in financial markets; regulating conduct; shadow banking; macroprudential monitoring and the revisions to methods for calculating Basel risk-weighted assets; ESG and regulatory developments around crypto-assets.

Key policies covered are:

  • Basel III capital and liquidity rules
  • MiFID-II, MIFIR, EMIR, MAR, SM&CR 
  • Capital Requirements Regulation / Directive
  • Dodd-Frank financial reforms
  • G20 / Financial Stability Board regulatory initiatives
  • ESG initiatives and their application to banking and capital markets
  • Crypto-asset and stablecoin regulation & central bank digital currencies 
  • Divergence of EU & UK regulatory regimes following Brexit
 
 

Global Risk Regulator is typically read by:

Central and National Banks: Governor’s Office; Financial Stability; Banking Supervision; Policy and Regulation; Risk Management; International Relations; Libraries
Regulatory Authorities: Financial Services Commissions; Capital and Financial Markets Authorities; Securities and Exchange Commissions; Supervisory Authorities
Banks: Chief Executive Officers; Chief Risk Officers; Chief Financial Officers; Managing Directors; Compliance; Legal; Knowledge Centres
Legal Services
Central Counterparties and Stock Exchanges
Banking Associations

 
 

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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