Our archives on Volcker Rule
VIDEO: “The regulatory system in the US is way too complex and fragmented”
Date: Feb 13, 2014 | Author: The Banking ConversationWilliam Isaac, former chairman, FDIC, discusses the Volcker Rule, too-big-to-fail banks and recent regulatory failures.
Interview transcript: William Isaac, former chairman, US FDIC
Date: Feb 11, 2014 | Author: EditorialWilliam “Bill” Isaac, former chairman, US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, discusses evolution of US bank regulation, banks' risky investment activities and better regulation and supervision going forward.
Volcker rule finalisation puts end to risky bank trading bets
Date: Dec 13, 2013 | Author: Magessan RajHow effective will the Volcker rule be in addressing the greater shortcomings of the US’ financial system?
South Korean banks will need to boost risk tolerance levels to comply with Basel III rules
Date: Jan 18, 2013 | Author: Baron LaudermilkProceedings report from The Asian Banker’s "The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2012" on South Korean banks' exposure to international funding and the domestic OTC derivatives market.
CFTC’s proposed OTC reform could result in additional risk and costs for markets
Date: Sep 04, 2012 | Author: Magessan RajAustralian, Hong Kong and Singaporean regulatory bodies urge the CFTC to carry out further collaborations with foreign counterparts before finalising application of US derivatives regulations overseas.
With 8.1% YoY continual asset growth in Q2 2012, are Asian banks in danger of becoming “too big to fail”?
Date: Aug 03, 2012 | Author: Doron FooDespite Asian banks' aggressive expansion in regions of high growth, conflicts of interest between commercial and investment banking arms could spell disaster in the long run.
Should Asian exchanges adopt high frequency trading systems?
Date: Jul 18, 2012 | Author: Tiah Wen LiAsian exchanges are not as interconnected as those in the West, so there is a lower chance of a flash crash, so should they go for HFT?