News/Financial stability

BoE researchers flag potential flaws in CCP default funds

Central Banking | 24 Oct 2014

Paper asks whether ‘cover two’ standard for central counterparties is tough enough to prevent ‘disaster’; some distributions of risk give cause for concern

Topics: Bank of England, Central counterparty (CCP), Credit default swap, Capital

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ECB will release bank health check results on Sunday

Central Banking | 24 Oct 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Single supervisory mechanism

Fed issues tougher and broader 2015 stress tests

Central Banking | 24 Oct 2014

Topics: Fed, Stress tests, Dodd-Frank Act, banks

Bank of England spells out resolution plans

Central Banking | 23 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of England, Jon Cunliffe, Andrew Bailey, Resolution

BIS paper finds liquidity regulation need not harm lending

Central Banking | 23 Oct 2014

Topics: Liquidity, Bank for International Settlements, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, FSA

Mexican committee makes progress on bank liquidity rules

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2014

Topics: Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Basel III, Bank of Mexico, Mexico

EBA finds Bulgarian National Bank ‘in breach’ of EU law

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2014

Topics: Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Bank, Deposit insurance, European Banking Authority

ECB health check ‘putting strains’ on Cyprus central bank

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2014

Topics: Cyprus, Central Bank of Cyprus, European Central Bank, Single supervisory mechanism

Angolan central bank looks to boost BESA capital by $4.3 billion

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Topics: National Bank of Angola, Angola, Bank of Portugal, Portugal

Fears surface over lack of trust among resolution authorities

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Topics: Resolution, Europe, banks, Capital, Debt

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