Risk and Regulation Working Group Thursday, 9 December 2021


Credit Risk
Borrowers’ default, deviation of portfolio performance 

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Will the Dodd Frank prop trading ban live up to its purpose?

Loopholes in the law and ingenuous bankers will get the better of regulators even as they seemingly give into the law by shutting down proprietary trading desks.

     
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Are there best practices in stress testing for banks?

Checking if a bank can cope with a crisis has yet to find its way in the governance structures of banks, says Martin Maurer, secretary general of the Association of Foreign Banks in Switzerland

     
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What is wrong with risk management in financial institutions? (From RWG member…

Risk and Regulation Working Group (RWG) member Martin Davies shares his views on what he thinks are the issues in risk management that banks seem to be missing. Davies is "a risk architect focused on structured products for emerging markets…

     
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Evaluating regulators today- a changing paradigm

Even as The Asian Banker goes into another season of awards evaluation, we realise that much has to be done to review the way we evaluate regulators. We welcome your feedback on this research note.

     



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  • Identifying anti-money laundering issues in Chinese banks
  • Regulatory issues raised by the impact of technological changes on market integrity and efficiency