Governance

Governance & Reporting, Regulation & Supervision, Risk Management
September 27, 2023

Swiss to hold banks liable on sanction violations

Switzerland is overhauling gaps in its anti-money laundering regulations to hold banks liable if they fail to comply with sanctions....
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Culture & Conduct, Digital & Resilience, Regulation & Supervision
September 26, 2023

Singapore’s 'dirty money' detectives battle cross-border impasse

Singapore’s attempts to recoup $1.8bn from a money laundering scandal face an uphill battle against Asia Pacific’s fragmented legal system....
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Financial Stability, Governance, Opinion, Prudential
September 25, 2023

Capital buffers are vital, to a point

Despite a limited ability of regulatory capital buffers to prevent future banking failure, US regulators are proposing to increase capital...
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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, but is this problem more widespread? Windfall taxes...
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Governance, Interviews, Regulation & Supervision
September 20, 2023

NCA bolsters resources as SARs rocket and criticism mounts

The National Crime Agency's newly-launched portal is supposed to improve the processing of suspicious activity reports – but concerns are...
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Culture & Conduct, Digital & Resilience, Regulation & Supervision
September 14, 2023

Neobanks’ poor compliance fuels rise in digital fraud

Lax compliance processes at neobanks risk contributing to a rise in digital payments for money laundering, Europol has said. In...
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Governance, Operational Resilience, Regulation & Supervision
September 14, 2023

Eight epic fails which brought down First Republic

A US regulator's analysis of why First Republic Bank failed pins the blame on loss of depositor confidence, interest rate...
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Governance & Reporting, Markets, Regulation & Supervision
September 13, 2023

US clearing rule proposal could amplify multiple risks

Liquidity, cyber and concentration risks could rise under central clearing proposals for treasury and repo trades outlined by the US...
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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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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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Governance, Markets, Opinion
September 6, 2023

De-risking China requires a ‘whole-of-company’ approach

Foreign multinationals operating and investing in China are facing a rapidly changing and less predictable risk landscape driven by a...
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