Financial crises, systemic risk, conduct of business oversight
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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.
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.
Video: Nick Minogue on aligning liquidity risk management and profitability
Minogue ran the risk management team at Macquarie for over a decade in a 16-year career with the bank and took a break form the role in 2009. He was a speaker and a moderator at The Risk and Regulation Conference 2010,an integral part of the Asian Banker Summit each year, of which The Risk and Regulation Working Group (RWG) is an online extension. Minogue also sits on the advisory board of the RWG.
What is wrong with risk management in financial institutions? (From RWG member Martin Davies' blog)
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 and works with several tier one banks, regulators and brokerages across South East Asia". The post below first appeared on his blog and the following excerpt has been re-produced with his permission.
What Basel III means for Asian banks
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision latest announcements which more than doubles lenders’ capital requirements but gives them as long as eight years to fully comply, has cast a bearish gloom on banks globally. However, as far as Asia-Pacific Banks are concerned, we maintain that lenders outside Japan are reasonably well-positioned to weather the impact of the new rules.