Fed and state regulatory agencies will relax supervision so the banks can meet community needs
UK clearing houses may need to eject EU member positions if BoE scheme is not reciprocated by year-end
Draft law would allow firms temporary access to UK markets in event of ‘hard’ Brexit
First study of regulatory impact on intermediation finds infrastructure finance largely unscathed
Assistant governor says regulators will step in where they see a need, but will take a “graduated” approach
Capital regime will need to evolve to stay on top of risks, says Victoria Saporta
LEIs will be mandatory for some firms from April 1, 2019
Should regulators be allowed on the blockchain, or should the technology govern itself, panel asks
Higher cost of capital implies resolution measures have reduced ‘too big to fail’ subsidy, authors say
Central bank says rule change will improve market flexibility
Richard Heckinger asks whether recent amendments to the Dodd-Frank Act amount to technical tweaks or full-scale rollback
Team USA’s new clarion call for regulatory “efficiency” comes with a worrying undertow
This first Central Banking journal focus report on risk-based supervision analyses how central banks, financial regulators and financial institutions can streamline efforts to meet onerous new regulatory and supervisory data requirements.
The Risk-based supervision focus report aims to offer assistance to financial regulators and supervisors in understanding the challenges that come hand in hand with evolution in the regulatory and supervisory environment. It explores how technology can…
Central Banking convened a panel of experts to discuss how central banks and other authorities are making use of new risk-based assessment techniques to remain ahead of the fintech curve.
Nominees stick to efficiency line despite hostile questioning from some Democrats
The raft of new rules imposed on regulated financial institutions in the aftermath of the global financial crisis has a huge compliance cost. Could artificial intelligence offer efficiency gains?
Panellists discuss how risk-based supervision can create better outcomes for central banks and firms
SEC’s “circuit-breaker” can act as model for regulating innovative tools – Fed vice-chair
“I don’t know why people doubt” US adoption, says Lynch
FCA chief warns against attempts to restrict trade in financial services
Rapid regulatory change has led to a steep increase in data volumes and policies, and a new environment has opened up for discussions on effective regulatory supervision and a transition to risk-based supervision
Former Federal Reserve Bank of New York senior vice-president Kenneth Lamar discusses risk‑based reporting, its challenges and whether fintech will help reduce the regulatory burden
Regulators may consider “simpler and more robust” approaches when finalising rules this year