Region: International

How can firms best implement Digital Regulatory Reporting?

Leo Labeis, CEO of RegTech provider REGnosys, argues the adoption of digital regulatory reporting should lead firms to adopt a more strategic approach to their data management.

06 May 2022

FSB urges expanded toolbox for addressing systemic climate risks

The Financial Stability Board has released its latest stock-take of regulatory efforts on the climate front – suggesting expanded use of scenario analysis and stress testing, more granular climate reporting requirements, and greater use of macroprudential tools by national regulators.

03 May 2022

Commodities, cyber and climate: Global regulators warn of Russian invasion’s catalysing effects to existing risks

Regulators in the EU, Canada and the Financial Stability Board have all warned that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine war is exacerbating existing commodity market, environmental, and cyber security risks.

22 April 2022

GBRR Icons – call for nominations

Having identified 45 leaders of the future in our 45 under 45, GBRR’s next practice survey will focus on the other end of the ladder – the men and women who mentored the next generation, and who built banking regulation into the practice area it is today.

11 April 2022

Greensill litigation may take five years to conclude, says Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse has told shareholders that some investors may not be able to recover money lost in the Greensill collapse, and that litigation to recoup funds could take “around five years”.

06 April 2022

Regulators must address gamification and social media, IOSCO says

The global securities regulators’ association has called for an expanded regulators’ “toolkit” for dealing with emerging issues including gamification, which it says an “overwhelming majority” of its members are struggling to deal with.

23 March 2022

Heads Up: with Jenny Stainsby at Herbert Smith Freehills

“It’s not something you can do on the side.” Herbert Smith Freehills’ global head of financial services regulatory Jenny Stainsby speaks to GBRR about why financial regulation needs a dedicated practice, monitoring the regulatory waves, and how legal practice is like peeling potatoes.

23 February 2022

Crypto assets a threat to global stability, FSB says

Crypto-assets’ too-rapid evolution may threaten global financial stability, according to a new warning issued by the Financial Stability Board (FSB), the same day as 18 crypto companies join together to propose an “industry-driven solution” for crypto to comply with FATF standards.

17 February 2022

Climate risk measures are fragmenting across the globe, industry bodies warn

As climate consultations from the OCC and the BCBS drew to an end this week, industry bodies have warned their respective proposals could create a “fragmented” climate risk landscape and funnel too many regulatory resources towards uncertain and disparate climate requirements.

16 February 2022

The road ahead: GBRR's predictions for 2022

Climate. Merger policy. Enforcement. Cybersecurity and AI. Gender and diversity. Fintech, crypto and decentralised finance. 2022 is set to see advances from regulators across the world – but what can banks and their advisors expect? GBRR spoke to leading practitioners across the US, Europe, the UK, Russia and the Asia Pacific for their predictions for the year ahead in banking regulation.

07 February 2022

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