Our archives on G20
“When it comes to reform, ideas and implementation go together”
Date: Jan 30, 2013 | Author: Stefan IngvesStefan Ingves, chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, feels that getting the technical details correct rather than new far-reaching ideas is taking an increasingly prominent place.
The Eurozone crisis and its implications for Asian banks
Date: Jun 11, 2012 | Author: Levina LimThe proceedings of the teleconsultation session, “Should Asia be greatly concerned?” held on June 6, 2012, on present developments of the Eurozone crisis and its implications for Asian banks.
Could SIFIs have totally the wrong effect?
Date: Mar 02, 2012 | Author: David MillarDavid Millar, risk consultant and trainer and former COO at global risk management association, PRMIA, looks at the impact of local SIFIs in Asia and questions whether the designation is achieving what was hoped for.
Bank of China draws surprise spot on list of globally systemically important banks
Date: Nov 24, 2011 | Author: Timothy ShimHigher regulatory guidelines a small price to pay for what could translate into more foreign investment.
Macroprudential policies: Building reserves or leaning against the wind?
Date: Sep 28, 2011 | Author: Mario QuagliarielloWhile tools exist, more analysis and work is needed to develop them further before macroprudential policy can be entrusted with autonomous goals.
Interview transcript: José María Roldán, director general, banking regulation, Banco de España, Spain, April 8th 2011.
Date: Aug 02, 2011 | Author: EditorialJosé María Roldán, member of the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision, discusses the evolution from Basel II to Basel III, the learning process, and influence of the G20.