Features

Stalled at the lights: meeting regulatory expectations for operational resilience

Don’t forget about the key capabilities needed to deliver operational resilience programmes successfully, writes Sundeep Gupta, a managing consultant at PA Consulting in London.

03 February 2021

What will Biden’s presidency mean for banking regulation?

Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to become the United States’ next president – triggering an overhaul of the federal government and its regulatory agencies. What can banking regulation practitioners around the world expect from the new administration?

19 November 2020

45 under 45

Featured in 45 Under 45 2020

GBRR is proud to introduce our “45 under 45”, profiling 45 leading next generation banking regulation specialists from around the world, all under the age of 45 at the time of publication.

16 November 2020

Brazil’s new approach to AML/CFT

Demarest partner Fabio de Almeida Braga outlines what practitioners need to know about Brazil’s new risk-based approach to money laundering and terrorism financing.

10 November 2020

“Let’s not run before we can walk”: BoE’s Bailey on stablecoins

Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has urged caution on stablecoin initiatives, saying multi-currency ‘baskets’ are the “wrong place to start”.

08 September 2020

Cum-ex and other forms of dividend arbitrage – implications for financial institutions in the UK

RPC partners Adam Craggs and Michelle Sloane, and associate Alice Kemp, consider the recent convictions in the first criminal trial related to Cum-ex trades, and the ongoing impact for financial institutions in the UK.

29 June 2020

45 under 45 – call for nominations

GBRR is assembling a “45 under 45” survey, and inviting nominations from our readers.

27 March 2020

“Purposeful” culture: the FCA approach and driving diversity

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority recently called on firms to develop a “purposeful” culture. But what does “purpose” mean for financial institutions?

27 March 2020

Profitability after the crisis - should Europe loosen the screws?

With the ‘post-crisis’ phase of banking regulation now in the rear-view mirror, banks in Europe are seeing tighter profit margins than their US counterparts – but is that a reason to go slow on the EU’s implementation of Basel III? EU regulators and bank in-housers met in Brussels at an International Swaps & Derivatives Association (ISDA) event to discuss.

06 March 2020

A Global Regulatory Sandbox Network?

Regulatory sandboxes have been a feature of the regulatory landscape since 2016, when the UK FCA introduced them as a means of allowing firms to test innovative propositions in the market, with real consumers. Now regulators are looking at a global network.

06 March 2020

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