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Supervising too big to fail
As regulators pursue financial integration, establishing firewalls ensures against risk contagion from systematically important financial institutions.
Risk Management News Updates, March 23rd 2011
This week's risk management news includes FSoC's criteria for identifying systemically important market infrastructures, ESRB's discussion on sharing regulatory roles, and South Korea's increased supervision of savings banks.
Risk Management News Updates, March 16th 2011
This week's risk management news includes BIS' finding of factors that influence systemic risk, the test scenarios for EBA's second round of tests, proposed risk regulations for CCPs, and the Netherlands' proposal to increase supervision of its finance industry.
Risk Management News Updates, March 9th 2011
This week's risk management news includes the test scenarios for EBA's second round of tests, CBRC's reduction of loans to local governments, and RBI's investigation into non-banking entities.
Governance of central banks at risk
The post-crisis mandate of central banks may jeopardise their independence, accountability and effectiveness, says Tsuyoshi Oyama, a partner of at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
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