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  • 1 Dec 2016
    • Bank of England stress test highlights overall resilience of largest UK financial institutions, despite legacy tail risk
      The results of the Bank of England's annual stress test of the UK's seven largest banks and building societies, published Wednesday, show that the domestically focused UK banking sector has generally improved resilience to a UK stress scenario. However, these institutions, particularly The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Barclays and Standard Chartered, still exhibit weaknesses in their global exposures, trading books and conduct and litigation risk... Full Report
    • EU bank regulation proposals balance prudence with steps to promote economic growth
      The European Commission’s 23 November proposals – which would incorporate some of the outstanding Basel 3 changes into European law – would, if endorsed, deliver overall improved protection for senior creditors of EU banks and much greater harmonization of approach across Europe. However, it also waters down some provisions in order to promote economic growth... Full Report
  • 21 Oct 2016
    • Basel proposals on risk measurement will improve bank capital comparability
      The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has proposed a number of reforms to rules regarding the use of models to measure operational, market and credit risk. The proposed changes will have a significant effect on risk-weighted asset calculations for large US banks and European banks that use models extensively, particularly in assessing credit risk. The proposals improve the comparability of banks’ Pillar 1 capital under the Basel III framework, a credit positive... Full Report l Press Release

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