Financial regulations were as unstable as global markets in 2015. Here are the highlights.
We tell the story of a bitter CEO of a global bank and his reluctant transformation into a gentler person after the Great Financial Crisis.
Regulatory and market factors have forced financial institutions to make fintech part of their business strategy. Here’s how the banking landscape might change for better or worse.
The impact of today’s regulatory environment is an ongoing challenge for private bankers and their clients. Here is how bankers are coping and adapting.
China’s regulation through selective enforcement instead of improving compliance creates more problems than it solves.
Staff turnover and increasing responsibilities are forcing banks to redefine the role of compliance managers.
Regulators now demand personal liability from bank compliance officers. It’s fuelling suspicion and resentment, and major changes to the compliance role.
Compliance managers talk frankly about immense cross jurisdictional and data management challenges that refuse to go away.
Asset managers unrealistically expect to escape iron grasp of SIFI regulation.
Banking’s dirty secret: no one knows how to make compliance work. What next for the universal banking model?