Our archives on FSA UK
Enhanced powers granted to new UK regulators marks shift in supervisory approach
Date: Jul 05, 2013 | Author: Magessan RajFinancial institutions’ chief concern should be the increasing costs and complexity in legislation as FCA, PRA and FPC pick up the interventionist baton from FSA UK.
Bank of England financial stability report finds UK banks' capital ratios may be overstated
Date: Dec 05, 2012 | Author: Mervyn KingMervyn King, Bank of England governor, feels that future credit losses may be understated, costs arising from past failures may not be fully recognised, and risk weights used to calculate banks' capital ratios may be too optimistic.
Derivatives regulations may marginalise Asian banks
Date: May 21, 2012 | Author: Satyajit DasSatyajit Das, derivatives expert and the author of Extreme Money: The Masters of the Universe and the Cult of Risk, feels that CCPs may not offer a complete solution in terms of regulating OTC derivative markets.
The Asian Banker Summit 2012: Trust as a pillar of the industry
Date: May 16, 2012 | Author: Levina LimThe 2012 Asian Banker Summit in CentralWorld Bangkok witnessed leaders of financial institutions globally engaging in stimulating discussions on central issues faced in financial services today.
Risk silos foiling liquidity and capital management efforts
Date: Jun 08, 2011 | Author: Peter HoflichIf liquidity is the life blood of a bank, more attention needs to be paid to the symptoms and prevention of the heart disease that is liquidity risk, say the FSA’s Colin Lawrence and other senior risk officials.
Reforming the US Regulatory Architecture: Twin Peaks or the Whole Himalayas?
Date: Dec 08, 2010 | Author: Jeffrey CarmichaelJeff Carmichael, the founding chairman of APRA, says that leaving intact the US regulatory architecture, with its inability to adapt to the full extent of the creativity of the market, shows a refusal to reform a key cause of the crisis.