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Capco: Resolution Planning: Will Your Bank’s Plan Pass The Credibility Test?

11 Apr 2013

As required by the Dodd-Frank Act, the largest U.S. banks have submitted resolution plans (aka living wills) to the federal government describing their strategy in the event of bankruptcy. The plans are intended to help prevent a replay of the turmoil following the 2008 financial crisis. The banks now await “credibility letters” from the government, which will signal what regulators consider to be an acceptable resolution strategy. A minimalist approach is not likely to be adequate. In 2013, institutions in the second wave of resolution plan submissions, including the growing mid-tier,…

Reval: Another Common Sense Win For End Users Under Dodd-Frank

11 Apr 2013

Capco: Testing Times

9 Apr 2013

Impendium Systems: European Commission Report on the treatment of central banks and public entities under EMIR - clearing and reporting obligations clarified

4 Apr 2013

SunGard: The Risk Gap

28 Mar 2013

QuartetFS: Optimising Collateral With Real-Time Analytics

26 Mar 2013

SecondFloor: Will Your Corporate Memory Serve You Well When Solvency II Returns?

26 Mar 2013

Are Banks At Risk Of Missing Regulatory Deadlines?

26 Mar 2013

CRD IV: The Story So Far

26 Mar 2013

It’s All About ORSA Now, So Don’t Let Your Solvency II Team Drift Off To Do Other Things

15 Mar 2013

New Guidance For D-SIBs Adds To The Data Management Burden

12 Mar 2013

In-Memory Analytics – Get Ahead Of The Regulators

6 Mar 2013

Harnessing The Power Of Data Discovery

28 Feb 2013

Weathering Model Risk: What Tropical Storm Debby Can Teach Financial Institutions

28 Feb 2013

The Art Of War And How It Applies To Enterprise Architecture-backed Risk Management

28 Feb 2013

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