Topic: Banking regulators

Competitiveness objective won’t interfere with the main job, UK regulators insist

UK regulators’ new statutory objective of pushing the country’s international competitiveness won’t conflict with their primary objective of ensuring safety and soundness, Prudential Regulation Authority executive director Vicky Saporta has insisted, as she argued against “regulatory races to the bottom to win business”.

28 September 2022

What’s next for the SRM?

The European Union’s Single Resolution Mechanism should expand its focus beyond G-SIBs, the governor of the Bank of France has told the annual conference of the SRM’s institutional hub – but how exactly would that work?

26 September 2022

Here’s what practitioners think of the White House’s new crypto framework

The White House has released what it calls the “first-ever comprehensive framework” for digital assets in the United States, but practitioners speaking to GBRR question its claim to that title, calling it late, frustrating, and a patchwork of already-existing practices.

22 September 2022

Practitioners and BoE cautiously greet UK plans to axe bonus cap

The British government is reportedly looking to abolish limits on bankers’ bonuses, in what practitioners tell GBRR would be a “high-profile” departure from EU regulatory standards.

21 September 2022

Biden nominates Republicans to FDIC board

The White House has named two Republicans to fill the board of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, with a permanent chair of the regulator also promised in the near future.

21 September 2022

“It’s a little bit of a journey”: the road to climate transition

Panellists from two of the US’ largest regulators discussed the challenges of a US$150 trillion climate transition with representatives of the US Treasury and Goldman Sachs at the Bank Policy Institute-The Clearing House’s annual conference in New York.

15 September 2022

Abu Dhabi unveils crypto principles

The Abu Dhabi Global Market, Abu Dhabi's financial centre, has announced new principles guiding its approach to virtual asset supervision as it vies with Dubai for the role of the region’s crypto hub.

15 September 2022

“A more British style of regulation”: PRA wades into regulatory remit debate with new rulemaking approach

The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority has said it will take on “wider rulemaking responsibilities” and take advantage of post-Brexit freedoms, amid political shifts over the proper mandate for regulators in the UK.

08 September 2022

HSBC freed of 10-year Fed order

The US Federal Reserve has ended a 10-year-long enforcement action against HSBC for failures in its anti-money laundering procedures.

07 September 2022

UK Treasury sweeps crypto into sanctions scheme

Crypto exchanges in the UK must now comply with the same strict Russian sanctions requirements as their counterparts in banks, according to updated guidance issued by the UK government.

07 September 2022

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