John Crowley

Analysis, CBDCs
December 5, 2023

Digital pound looks inevitable in medium term despite warning from UK lawmakers

MPs tell BoE to ‘proceed with caution’ on central bank digital currency
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Analysis, Risk Management
November 23, 2023

CROs urgently need to get a handle on geopolitical risk, say experts

Geopolitical volatility could spread into sectors like real-estate and sovereign debt 
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Prudential, Q&A
November 14, 2023

ECB: 'It’s great that banks are finally making profits'

ECB's Cornelia Holthausen speaks on nonbanks, climate, gender inequality and Basel endgame
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Prudential, Q&A
November 9, 2023

'We know that the economic outlook remains pretty risky'

The EBA's François-Louis Michaud shares his views on prudential and climate risk
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Analysis, Risk Management
October 26, 2023

Only one in 10 FIs are fully equipped to ‘horizon-scan’ for emerging risks

Most identify cost as a key obstacle
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News, Risk Management
October 16, 2023

Risk hires on the rise despite layoffs in finance

Allowing the risk function to atrophy could be extremely costly
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Analysis, Regulation & Supervision
October 11, 2023

BIS’s lessons for supervisors and regulators on this year’s ‘banking turmoil’

Key takeaways on 11 tumultuous days which roiled the banking sector
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News, Risk Management
October 9, 2023

‘Uncertain environment’ lies ahead for financial leaders

Risk is the word for the C-suite, according to a new survey which shows environmental and transition risk moving up...
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Capital, Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Uncategorized
September 8, 2023

Editor's letter: Your weekly news round-up

For some bankers, the week can’t end soon enough. Plans by US regulators to impose long-term debt obligations on large financial...
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Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Governance, Markets
September 6, 2023

Editor's letter: Hong Kong reinvents itself

Hong Kong’s status as Asia-Pacific’s pre-eminent trading hub has taken a battering. Its prestige was built on the foundations of...
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A logo sits on a sign in the reception area of the headquarters of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the Canary Wharf business district in London, U.K., on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013. The FCA is working with regulators including the U.S. Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to investigate the potential manipulation of the foreign-exchange market. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg
Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Governance
September 5, 2023

Editor's letter: Time to consider overhauling the FCA?

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. In August, we exclusively revealed the UK government was considering proposals to create a...
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