US regulation of foreign banks follows 'pattern set by the EU', says Fed's Tarullo

Central Banking | 28 Mar 2014 secure

Basel rules are ‘floors, not ceilings', the Federal Reserve's Daniel Tarullo said yesterday, following accusations that the US is treating foreign banks unfairly

Topics: Michel Barnier, Daniel Tarullo, Federal Reserve, Europe


Bail-in rules the 'bedrock' of European banking union, says BoE's Cunliffe

Central Banking | 17 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: Bank of England, Europe, Financial Stability Board (FSB), Too big to fail, Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA)

EU banks fear capital hit from CCP approval delays

Central Banking | 06 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: Central counterparty (CCP), Europe

Europe card fraud up after five-year decline, ECB data show

Central Banking | 25 Feb 2014 secure

Topics: Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa), ECB, Europe, Payments

Political impasse threatens SRM progress

Central Banking | 06 Feb 2014 secure

Topics: Europe, Resolution

Albania governor calls for Balkan payments system in annual conference speech

Central Banking | 06 Feb 2014 secure

Topics: Albania, Bank of Albania, Europe

ECB unveils new Euro Retail Payments Board

Central Banking | 19 Dec 2013 secure

Topics: European Central Bank, Europe, Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa)

ECB launches public consultation on mobile payments security recommendations

Central Banking | 20 Nov 2013 secure

Topics: Payments, ECB, Mobile banking, Europe

Belgian paper warns central bank policies could worsen financial shocks

Central Banking | 18 Nov 2013 secure

Topics: National Bank of Belgium, Europe, Emerging markets

Banks respond differently to capital target deviations, ECB paper shows

Central Banking | 15 Nov 2013 secure

Topics: ECB, Capital, risk, Europe

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