Complying with anti-money laundering regulations while protecting the bottom line.
Credit rating agencies are adopting a new code of conduct that should enhance transparency and promote the integrity of the credit rating process.
International rules that will require banks to post margin on certain derivative trades have been delayed by nine months as regulators recognised the tight timeline initially given the industry to comply.
BCBS 239 has the potential to dramatically reduce systemic risk in the banking system. Compliance isn’t an easy project, but if approached in the right way it can transform the way banks do business.
Conduct-related risks are an emerging regulatory frontier for risk, compliance and operations in financial institutions, says a new report.
The recent appointments of new leaders for Standard Chartered and Royal Bank of Scotland are as risky as they are riskless.
US officials are investigating at least 10 major banks for possible rigging of precious-metals markets, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people close to the inquiries.
The Global Markets Entity Identifier utility of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, offered in collaboration with SWIFT, has issued over 165,000 legal entity identifiers (LEIs) to entities from over 140 jurisdictions, representing about 50% of all issued LEIs.
Meeting cash and liquidity management standards in Basel III are driving the development of advanced systems.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions has finalized its risk mitigation standards for uncleared over-the-counter derivatives.
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