Bill Lumley

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Analysis, Operational Resilience
May 14, 2024

Regulators tighten cyber security rules for banks

Senior managers will face personal liability for cybersecurity breaches
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securities sanctions
Exclusive, Governance & Reporting
April 8, 2024

Securities sanctions surge 314% in two years 

Global co-ordination on sanctions sharpens clampdown on Russian securities
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EU sanctions on Russia
Analysis, Regulation & Supervision
March 6, 2024

Fresh EU sanctions on Russia upend banking compliance teams

Monitoring to expand and banks expected to consider ‘sanctions of the future’
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Analysis, Digital Transformation
December 14, 2023

Risk round-up: banks urged to maintain focus on quantum computing security threats

Banks must edge closer towards a ‘quantum-resistant era’ in 2024
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Analysis, Digital Transformation
December 5, 2023

Fresh digital accessibility regulations create more work for compliance staff

Inclusive accessibility standards aim to help more people navigate digital banking
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Analysis, Operational Resilience
October 24, 2023

Canada tightens sanctions against Russia

The number of sanctions-related risk profiles jumped 834% between 2021 and 2022
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News, Regulation & Supervision
October 18, 2023

EU FX transparency proposal dismissed as opaque 

The ECB rate is the wrong measure to compare currency markup fees, say critics
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Crypto, Digital & Resilience, Regulation & Supervision
September 13, 2023

Crypto plans could ‘put smaller US brokers out of business’

A US Treasury proposal seeking to bring regulatory clarity to the cryptocurrency sector could unintentionally put smaller brokers out of...
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Governance & Reporting, News, Prudential, Regulation & Supervision
September 7, 2023

Living wills proposals met with dismay by large US banks

Plans by US regulators to impose “harmful” long-term debt obligations on large banks have come under attack from industry bodies....
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Financial Conduct Authority
Financial Stability, Governance, News, Prudential
August 24, 2023

UK mulls ditching FCA over compliance checks

UK bank compliance teams face the prospect of a new supervisor, under proposals to deter money laundering and terrorism financing....
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Analysis, Digital Transformation
July 26, 2023

Banks divided over powerful, yet problematic, AI tools

Generative artificial intelligence is taking off at some banks but integrating it throws up challenges over its accuracy and regulatory...
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