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Another fine mess? How penalties are calculated

December 1, 2017

Banks and commentators have often been left stumped by the processes used to calculate multi-billion-dollar fines levied by regulators in recent years. Danielle Myles looks at how penalties are determined by different authorities around the world.

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US financial crime regime changes receive a warm welcome

October 2, 2017

The US is gearing up for change in its onerous anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing and sanctions regimes – much to the relief of many banks. Jane Monahan reports. 

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How banks are combating the cyber threat

October 2, 2017

Banks are under attack from cyber threats coming at them from all directions, but are fighting back with a range of countermeasures, writes Michael Imeson.

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Looking ahead: where now for the Basel Committee?

September 1, 2017

The 10th anniversary of the financial crisis recently thrust the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision into the spotlight, but the next 10 years are likely to pose very different challenges for the institution. Justin Pugsley reports.

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Will regulatory crackdown see China emerge from the shadows?

July 3, 2017

Chinese regulators have tightened their grip on the banking sector in an effort to control financial risk, the country’s ballooning shadow banking sector and excessive debt load. Which banks stand a better chance of meeting these tougher requirements? Stefania Palma reports.

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ESMA chair's pursuit of a better single market

June 1, 2017

Steven Maijoor, the chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority, talks to Danielle Myles about preventing a post-Brexit regulatory race to the bottom, overhauling the equivalence regime, and the importance of supervisory convergence in building a capital markets union. 

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From the boardroom to the front line – extending business intelligence in banking

April 4, 2017

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Dodd-Frank: the defence

March 1, 2017

A US regulatory overhaul has been welcomed by many who believe Dodd-Frank has spawned too many regulations and prevents smaller banks from lending. However, there are concerns that the replacement Financial Choice Act will sweep away many of the safeguards designed to prevent a repeat of the 2008 crisis. Jane Monahan reports.

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Could tax and regulatory reform derail Sweden's strong showing?

March 1, 2017

Sweden’s banks have survived the recent low interest rate environment and remain profitable. But a payroll tax on financial institutions and ongoing regulatory uncertainty threaten to take their toll. Stefanie Linhardt outlines the likely headwinds.

PSD2 flaws show a rethink is needed on data sharing

February 27, 2017

The new EU Payment Services Directive for banks to share customers’ data with other companies is fraught with unmitigated risks surrounding consent, security and liability, argues Chris Skinner.

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