Regulatory relations

consumer duty
Analysis, Risk Management
March 12, 2024

How firms’ first line of defence can do better on Consumer Duty

FCA illustrates where firms are falling short, and how to improve
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House of Lords
Analysis, Regulation & Supervision
February 19, 2024

House of Lords calls for new body to ‘watch the watchdogs’

New report questions regulators’ independence if they depend on government funding
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Financial Stability
May 3, 2023

OCC highlights how open banking may necessitate change in its approach

Speaking at a recent conference on financial data, Michael J. Hsu, acting comptroller of the currency, highlighted how the Office...
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Markets
May 3, 2023

BoE recognises CFTC supervision of US clearing houses in the UK

Increased co-operation between US and UK supervisors aims to reduce duplication of effort, while preserving regulatory standardsThe Bank of England...
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Prudential, Recovery & Resolution
May 3, 2023

FDIC recommends 'targeted coverage' model for deposit insurance reform

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has outlined three potential models for deposit insurance reform in the wake of recent...
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Michael S. Barr, vice chair for supervision at the US Federal Reserve, is pushing ahead with plans for US banks to set aside more capital
Financial Stability, Regulation & Supervision
May 3, 2023

Federal Reserve’s Barr calls for strengthening of US banking regulation and supervision

Review into Silicon Valley Bank collapse suggests changes to improve supervision and tighten regulatory requirements. The Federal Reserve’s eagerly awaited...
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Digital & Resilience, Digital Transformation
April 28, 2023

Generative AI a new dawn of challenges and opportunities for banks

The technology that drives ChatGPT could revolutionise how banks manage complex and time consuming processes in areas like compliance, but...
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Culture & Conduct, Governance
April 28, 2023

Industry has limited appetite for big SMCR changes

UK government’s focus on improving international competitiveness via changing the Senior Managers and Certification Regime appears at odds with some...
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Annelot Kuiper, Energetics
Climate
March 29, 2023

Financial industry braces for growing wave of climate litigation

Financial services institutions are reassessing their risk of being sued in climate-related lawsuits following a glut of high-profile cases. A...
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Climate
March 3, 2023

Regulators consider voluntary carbon market involvement

Regulators are considering the extent to which they should be intervening to ensure voluntary carbon markets are functioning effectively. Is...
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Digital & Resilience, Digital Transformation
March 2, 2023

ECB to monitor banks on digital transformation

The bank will undertake targeted reviews and on-site inspections where it feels further investigation is needed The European Central Bank...
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