organisation: Bank of England

Archegos
Analysis, Shadow Banking
March 28, 2024

Archegos three years on: do banks have a better grip on counterparty credit risk?

Regulators around the world propose new rules to avert another Archegos-type meltdown
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SVB
Opinion
March 25, 2024

Why another SVB-like bank run is inevitable

SVB’s former chief risk officer for Emea fears lessons haven’t been learned
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Fujitsu
Analysis, Regulation & Supervision
February 15, 2024

FCA reveals £630m dealings with under-fire Fujitsu in ministerial probe

The regulator has struggled to shake off the disgraced IT firm altogether
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central bank losses
Analysis, Regulation & Supervision
January 30, 2024

Could Fed’s billion-dollar losses be politicised?

Billion dollars’ worth of central bank losses are riling up critics and central bankers
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Culture & Conduct, Governance, Regulation & Supervision
August 9, 2023

Farage fallout reveals ‘failures’ in banks’ first line of defence

Shoddy first lines of defence and lax processes on reputation risk committees are undermining their original purpose — to protect...
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Telecommunication components and wiring inside a Telecom Italia SpA telephone exchange in Rome, Italy, on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Telecom Italia sold €400 million ($435 million) of bonds as it pushes ahead with the sale of its landline network in a bid to slash the company’s debt pile after interest rates rose. Photographer: Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg
Crypto, Digital & Resilience, Digital Transformation, Operational Resilience
August 8, 2023

Banks should dive into new DLT sandbox

UK banks can experiment more freely with distributed ledger technology under new laws designed to modernise financial services. They should...
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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, 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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Digital Transformation, Editor's letter, Regulation & Supervision
July 19, 2023

Editor’s letter: ChatGPT scores 69% on risk and compliance quiz

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation. We’re bringing you more on ChatGPT, with the results of the second part of...
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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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CBDCs
March 2, 2023

UK joins the CBDC party: how do digital pound plans compare to those for digital euro?

Exploratory work on a digital euro has been underway for more than a year, yet in some ways the UK’s...
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