Central Banking Journal | 29 May 2015
China has the world’s third-largest shadow-banking sector, but the risks it poses to the overall financial system are overstated, especially following moves by the State Council
Central Banking | 24 Feb 2015
Europe’s supervisors need to develop a code of best practice to support the prudential issuance of contingent convertible bonds, argues Andreas Dombret
Central Banking | 17 Dec 2014
Muddling through is not enough: neglect of global money can trigger political earthquakes that sweep away any chance of reasonable debate and compromise
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
Central Banking | 16 Dec 2011
Policymakers urgently need to form a clear, strategic position on the future of banking in Europe as well as a roadmap on how to get there. This may require the nationalisation of major European banks
Central Banking | 02 Sep 2011
Roger Alford an emeritus reader in economics at the London School of Economics takes issue with the core of the British banking system reform
Central Banking | 17 Mar 2011
A separation between retail and investment banking would in itself do nothing to correct bad management practices and would quite possibly fail in its aim to protect the public purse, Roger Alford argues.
Central Banking | 17 Mar 2011
Risk models are useful for banks’ risk managers, but regulators should beware, Brandon Davies notes
Central Banking Journal | 18 Feb 2011
Central Banking | 10 Jan 2011
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published the final text of Basel III on December 16, which introduces new minimum capital requirements, two liquidity ratios, a charge for credit value adjustment and a leverage ratio, among other things. Risk speaks to a group of senior regulators, bankers and industry observers to get their reaction to the landmark regulation
Central Banking | 18 Oct 2010
Officials are far from confident that they will be able to create a more resilient financial system, Robert Pringle writes
Central Banking Journal | 17 Aug 2010
Britain’s banking commission must be bold
Central Banking | 28 Jul 2010
In the second of a six-part series on the Japanese economy, Robert Pringle reports from Tokyo on how the crisis has impacted the nation’s global outlook
Central Banking | 19 Jul 2010
Aspects of the Dodd-Frank Act are welcome but crises will continue to be mismanaged, Robert Pringle writes.
Central Banking | 28 Jun 2010
Navigating the transition to Britain’s new regulatory regime is fraught with cultural challenges, writes Michael Foot
Central Banking | 02 Jun 2010
René Smits identifies ten key issues that European financial legislators must consider when constructing the post-crisis regulatory framework
Central Banking | 25 May 2010
The UK government’s plans for financial regulation are far from clear, writes Bill Allen, a former deputy director at the Bank of England
Central Banking | 20 Apr 2010
Banks’ lobbying and politicians’ arguments against the Dodd regulatory reform bill are lamentable, Robert Pringle writes
Central Banking | 27 Jan 2010
President Obama’s radical proposals recognise that the financial lobby can no longer hold society to hostage. They should be welcomed as a result, Robert Pringle, the chairman of Central Banking Publications, writes.
Central Banking | 12 Nov 2009
A division between investment and retail banking will not prevent future financial crises, Clive Briault, the founder of Risk and Regulation Consulting and a former managing director at the Financial Services Authority, argues
Central Banking | 03 Aug 2009
A near-term focus dominated policy, regulation, accounting standards and governance in the run up to the crisis. It cannot last, writes Jacques de Larosière.
Central Banking | 21 Jul 2009
Robert Pringle, David Mayes and Michael Taylor, the editors of Central Banking’s Towards a New Framework for Financial Stability, give their reaction to Conservative plans to rebuild UK regulation
Central Banking | 02 Jul 2009
Patton Boggs, a law firm,sets out how and when Obama's proposals for US financial regulation reform will become law in 2009
Central Banking | 21 May 2009
Officials have failed to deliver on their promises of a regulatory overhaul. It is a pity, writes Robert Pringle, the chairman of Central Banking Publications.
Central Banking | 18 Mar 2009
Suddenly, everybody is talking again about separating merchant banking from commercial banking. Ideas that a few months ago might have been dismissed as crackpot - bringing back a version of the Glass-Steagall legislation - now look as if they were ahead of their time. They are now being floated again by some of the world's most experienced and senior financial statesmen, notes Robert Pringle, the editor-in-chief of Central Banking Publications.
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