Ahead of COP26 in November, a plethora of regulatory and legislative changes as well as industry-level initiatives will drastically impact the ESG investing space.
Participating countries issued new commitments related to the three pillars of the Paris Agreement at the Climate Ambition Summit 2020.
Panellists at a recent Regulation Asia webinar highlighted the importance of sound collateral management and data practices to manage loan loss uncertainty in the year ahead.
The onus often falls on FIs to uncover any links between sanctioned entities and potentially related securities, which can involve a significant data challenge.
IHS Markit's Julian Chesser and Sage Patel discuss trade reporting and regulatory challenges the industry is expected to face in the year ahead.
Designed to deter greenwashing, will the new classification system release asset owners to invest sustainably?
Collateral is one of the more underutilised credit risk mitigation tools available to banks, and likely to become more important as loan losses mount in the year ahead.
An unprecedented amount of AML/CTF information will be provided to industry in the next 6-12 months, says AUSTRAC's David Hawkins.
Regulation Asia spoke to financial crime compliance experts about the ongoing effort required to achieve and maintain high standards for source of wealth and source of funds checks.
Many banks have adopted a “wait and see” approach to the LIBOR phase-out, waiting to forward-looking term rates based on RFR derivatives to become available.
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