Editor’s letter

Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Governance, Markets
September 22, 2023

Editor's letter: Your weekly news digest

Today the FT reports that the UK has a problem with maths,...
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ESG laggard v leader
Climate, Editor's letter, Financial Stability
September 20, 2023

Editor's letter: Resistance to ESG is futile

The European Union’s Platform Work Directive probably isn’t at the top of...
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Digital Transformation, Editor's letter, Markets, Prudential
September 19, 2023

Editor's letter: Will Korea’s bank revamp whip up risky lending?

Our correspondent in south-east Asia, Natasha Teja, brings you details of the biggest...
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Digital euro
Crypto, Digital & Resilience, Editor's letter
September 15, 2023

Editor's letter: Your weekly news round-up

Pig butchering and smurfing, what do these bring to mind?  If you...
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Climate, Crypto, Editor's letter
September 13, 2023

Editor's letter: Banks sleepwalking into climate crisis

It’s been a trying week for the fossil fuel industry. BP chief...
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A Silicon Valley Bank Branch
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...
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Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Governance, Markets

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 free trade, low tax and limited government interference. But an... Read more
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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

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 new ‘mega supervisor’ to take over from the Financial Conduct... Read more
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Crypto, Editor's letter, Governance & Reporting, Shadow Banking

Editor's letter: The best of this week’s news

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation’s weekly round-up newsletter. It’s the first day of September. For most of us (north of the equator) those blissful holiday memories are fading away. If... Read more
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Editor's letter, Financial Stability, News, Shadow Banking

Editor's letter: PR risk appetite leaves banks on hook

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. Over the past decade, private credit funds have stepped in to provide the riskiest forms of financing for buyout deals. In our straitened... Read more
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Crypto, Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Regulation & Supervision

Editor’s letter: Read the crisis comms banking playbook

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. As summer winds down and we get back to business for autumn/fall (depending on your jurisdiction), we bring you the latest intel on... Read more
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