Alexander Campbell is the divisional content editor for Risk.net. He was formerly the editor of Operational Risk & Regulation and news editor of Risk magazine. He is based in London.
Higher carbon prices would trigger widespread industry defaults, says agency research unit
FCA head also highlights shortfall on Mifid trading venue equivalence
Researchers find multiple cores in interbank market, posing different systemic risks
New paper shows ways to reduce influence of reporting currency
Model predicts future crashes will not be total wipeout
Accountable governments face pressure to preserve banks
The experience of the 2008 crisis shows leverage ratios are better warning signs than more complex measures like capital ratios
Giulio Mignola says Basel II's 'one-in-a-thousand-years' threshold for tail risk is fundamentally flawed
Financial Stability Board says more action needed on liquidity, counterparty, structured credit disclosure practices
Portugal might be next peripheral to seek help, economist warns, as its CDS hits record high.
Banks around the world are slowly shifting to rely on local retail funding, says the Bank for International Settlements
Allowing banks to ignore falling bond prices for capital purposes is a legitimate move, says regulator
New stress scenarios to test banks' resilience to double dip recession