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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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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Governance & Reporting, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
September 4, 2023

It’s time to 'consider overhauling the FCA'

Stripping the Financial Conduct Authority of its anti-money laundering responsibilities in favour of a single ‘mega supervisor’ is one of...
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Governance, News, Regulation & Supervision
September 4, 2023

Regulatory fines fall as banks get better at compliance

Regulatory fines to global financial institutions fell sharply by 88% in the first half of the year compared with a...
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Crypto, Editor's letter, Governance & Reporting, Shadow Banking
September 1, 2023

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...
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Culture & Conduct, Digital & Resilience, Digital Transformation, Regulation & Supervision, Uncategorized
August 31, 2023

Banks scan emojis and slang for 'context'

Banks are probing emojis and slang to flag up suspicious comms – as regtechs zero in on innovative contextual analysis...
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Financial Stability, Governance, News, Regulation & Supervision, Uncategorized
August 30, 2023

Differing UPO rules in APAC region weigh on banks

Fragmented ultimate beneficial ownership rules across Asia-Pacific are complicating banks’ cross-border business activities and increasing the cost of their financial...
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Crypto, Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Regulation & Supervision
August 29, 2023

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...
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Culture & Conduct, Governance & Reporting, Opinion
August 29, 2023

A crisis comms playbook for bankers

As a bank, how do you know when you’ve lost control of a spiralling crisis?  When you begin trending on...
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Editor's letter, Financial Stability, Governance, Regulation & Supervision
August 25, 2023

Editor's letter: Your weekly news round-up

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation’s weekly round-up newsletter. Is the Financial Conduct Authority up to scratch? The UK government is...
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