Risk


All activities of a financial institution involve risk. Regulators have established new requirements for credit, market, liquidity and operational risk control. What do they mean to you?


Events

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Press releases
TitleDate Added
Engagement model between regulators and the financial industry is broken, according to JWG report 10 April 2012
Is your ICT infrastructure robust enough for G20 regulatory reform?29 March 2012
Latest JWG risk research finds industry unlikely to be ready for 2012 regulatory environment18 May 2011
New JWG study shows firms slow to respond to risk data management requirements29 March 2011
JWG risk report finds penalties will drive firms to improve their risk information17 February 2011


Documents
DescriptionDate Added
[RegBeacon] Issue 613 January 2014
[RegBeacon] Issue 619 July 2013
[RegBeacon] Issue 414 February 2013
[RegBeacon] Issue 31 October 2012
Dirty windows: regulating a clearer view22 June 2012

FREE DownloadsDate Added
2013-06-07 HB Client Alert - New EU Benchmarks Regulation.pdf11 June 2013
The risk data challenge: an opportunity for optimists?21 June 2011
Your G20-11 regulatory radar: making money and staying out of jail8 December 2010
This house believes greed - not fear - will drive Goliath's thirst for risk data12 November 2010
1 July 2010: Capital Markets Chamber - This house believes that penalties await those that don't make risk plans9 July 2010

 
JWG alerts
Credit exposures for derivatives: BCBS consults on new method that distinguishes btwn margined/unmargined trades: http://t.co/uZyGTc3UBJ
CRD IV published in EU journal; Directive and Regulation will come into force from 1st January 2014 http://t.co/Jsl4PTDt5i
US lending limits: OCC issues final rule on limiting exposure to CCPs and the repo/sec lending market:http://t.co/2PXpzqBct5
Crude and unsophisticated: Nationwide says leverage ratio disproportionately penalises lower risk lenders:http://t.co/XsDzuvZSaz
Council adopts CRD IV: Regulation and amended Directive adopted; entry into force 1 January 2014:http://t.co/PHAfcluzWj
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Regulatory identifiers (GRIS)
The Global Regulatory Identifier Steering Group (GRIS) is a collaborative initiative bringing together European sell-side trade bodies. It represents the European sell-side perspective, whilst creating a global dialogue between, and amongst, policymakers and industry.
 
G20 systemic risk
The Systemic Risk Group provides thought leadership both for the politicians who aim to control, and the managers that run, financial services. JWG's analysis of the G20's 93-point action plan provides decision makers with what they need to do the job from strategic direction to practical compliance with new regulations.
 





PublicationDate Added
Dirty windows: regulating a clearer view25 June 2012
FS infrastructure: ready for G20 reform?12 March 2012
How good is your data radar? Exploring the need for global risk and trading12 September 2011
Strong foundations for regulatory reform?11 July 2011
Clearing the risk MI bar?18 May 2011