Opinion/Regulation

Robert Pringle's Viewpoint: Policy-makers in thrall to group thinking

Central Banking | 19 Jan 2012

Philipp Hildebrand’s resignation has renewed fears about market practitioners working in central banks. But FOMC minutes from 2006 reveal a deeper problem – placing too much reliance on economists

Topics: Federal Reserve, Geithner, Ben Bernanke

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Robert Pringle’s Viewpoint: What future for European banking?

Central Banking | 16 Dec 2011

Topics: ECB, Europe, banks

Getting ready for Vickers

Central Banking | 02 Sep 2011

Topics: Independent Commission on Banking, United Kingdom, banks

It is the supervision of the banks, not their structure, that is most important

Central Banking | 17 Mar 2011

Topics: Too big to fail, Too important to fail, United Kingdom

An overemphasis on risk models was the key flaw in the regulatory architecture

Central Banking | 17 Mar 2011

Topics: Basel II, Basel III, Risk

The future of British banking

Central Banking Journal | 18 Feb 2011

Topics: United Kingdom, Independent Commission on Banking

What Basel III means to us

Central Banking | 10 Jan 2011

Topics: Federal Reserve, Bank of England, Riksbank, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Banque de France, Andrew Haldane, Bank of Spain, Basel III

Financial regulators’ doubts about the prudential regime

Central Banking | 18 Oct 2010

Britain’s banking commission must be bold

Central Banking Journal | 17 Aug 2010

Topics: Independent Commission on Banking, Systemic risk

Policy produces dull but safe banks

Central Banking | 28 Jul 2010

Topics: Bank of Japan, Japan, Bank of England

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