Analysis

Crypto, Regulation & Supervision
August 29, 2023

EU fires warning shot at ‘forum shopping’ crypto firms

The EU is pushing through laws against cryptocurrency ‘forum shopping’ to ward off fast-growing risky crypto firms from gaining a...
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Ulrich Koerner, chief executive officer of Credit Suisse Group AG, during a Bloomberg Television interview in London, UK, on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. Credit Suisse saw client inflows on Monday, as markets were thrown into turmoil after the collapse of multiple regional US banks, Koerner said. Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg
Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Governance & Reporting
August 2, 2023

How to clean up a bank in 120 days

UBS has just 120 days to bring its problem child, Credit Suisse, into line as it is forced to comply...
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Analysis, Regulation & Supervision, Shadow Banking
August 2, 2023

US bank execs decry ‘excessive’ calls for more capital

Bank chiefs have hit out at a new capital rule proposal which will make loans more expensive for borrowers and...
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Climate, Exclusive, News, Stress Testing
July 31, 2023

Nature risk moves up the regulatory agenda

A consortium of central banks is working behind the scenes on building out scenarios for stress testing in an effort...
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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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Analysis, Culture & Conduct
July 25, 2023

Banks boost horizon scanning for reputational risks

Banks are scrutinising their clients and commercial partners’ culture more closely to mitigate reputational risk, after cutting ties with disgraced...
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Research, Risk Management
July 24, 2023

Risk Sentiment Index: Apac CROs more confident than UK peers

The European Risk Management Council’s latest survey reveals that chief risk officers at financial institutions in Asia-Pacific have a sunnier...
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Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Operational Resilience
July 20, 2023

WFH puts bankers at risk of culture drift

The risk of slow cultural drift is worrying experts, as working from home becomes so popular that banks downsize their...
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Analysis, Shadow Banking
July 19, 2023

Banks reinforce defences in wake of BoE's shadow banks test

The Bank of England (BoE) is running its first system-wide stress “exploratory scenario exercise” on 53 firms, amid fears the...
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Analysis, Financial Stability
July 17, 2023

APAC regulators boost bank deposit insurance schemes

Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand move to beef up bank-funded deposit insurance regulations, with more Asian countries likely to...
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Analysis, Financial Stability, Regulation & Supervision, Shadow Banking
July 13, 2023

Regulators spar over how best to safeguard banks

Bank failures and the rise of shadow banks are worrying regulators, but there is growing discord over the best way...
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