A new benchmarking report from GRC Solutions highlights the challenges incoming regulatory requirements are presenting to the mutual banking sector.
ISDA suggests in a new paper that the risk weight for carbon certificates under FRTB should be reduced and the tenor correlation parameter should be increased.
Capital requirements should be enhanced when institutions are exposed to sectors detrimental to the environment, says a new WWF report.
Climate stress test exercises will likely become the basis of supervisory discussions regarding bank business models, internal governance and risk management.
Covid-19 may yet test the resilience of the global financial system, as lenders could still face additional losses as support measures are unwound, the FSB warns.
A new Refinitiv report has found that Covid-19 substantially increased customer and third-party risks. Yet it also increased focus on ESG and green crime.
A new report from CPMI, BIS Innovation Hub, the IMF and the World Bank highlights the need for multilateral collaboration and interoperability between CBDCs.
When supervisory stress tests are less accurate, capital surcharges and disclosure of outcomes can amplify risk-taking by banks, says a BIS working paper.
The OECD says significantly fewer companies are using public equity markets, but that strengthening corporate governance policies and frameworks can help.
Harvard Business School, Impact Institute, ABN AMRO, Danske Bank, DBS and UBS aim to create new social and environmental impact reporting rules for banks.
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