Global Risk Regulator is closely following all the major developments in banking and securities regulation, including the pressure for banks to improve their risk data and responses to stress-testing processes; how regulators are reacting to reduced liquidity in financial markets, especially fixed income; and the revisions to methods for calculating Basel risk-weighted assets. 

 

We provide the most concise coverage and opinion and it spans the world of regulation and risk; examining the impact on the banking, securities markets, conduct and financial reporting.  

 

Offering insight into the latest regulatory trends and in-depth coverage of key policies, including:

 
  • G20 / Financial Stability Board global initiatives
  • Basel III capital, risk and liquidity rules
  • Dodd-Frank financial reforms
  • MiFID-II developments
  • IOSCO initiatives
  • IFRS 9 accounting rules
  • The development of RegTech  
 

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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