Lack of resolution
Wednesday 20 Oct 2010 | Andrew Hickley
What’s so difficult about creating cross-border resolution regimes? Andrew Hickley delves into the options being explored and finds a myriad of questions and few answers
Wednesday 6 Oct 2010 | Andrew Hickley
Europe’s new financial reform package has finally been approved by the European Parliament after months of haggling, but the critics are already out in force.
In Conversation: Hong Kong's John Tsang
Tuesday 5 Oct 2010 | Will Henley
Hong Kong is focused on "cross-boundary cooperation" and strengthening protection for investors, insists financial secretary John Tsang Chun-wah in conversation this week at the UK's London School of Economics.
Wednesday 29 Sep 2010 | Andrew Hickley
Fears that consumers will pay the price for Basel III reforms have been expressed in the wake of the new legislation.
The new rules will force an increase in Tier One banking capital, from the current level of 2 per cent, rising to 7 per cent by 2018.
Green light for pensions
Tuesday 13 Jul 2010 | Daniel Sage
The European Commission put out its green paper on pensions this month. Daniel Sage examines the good, the bad and the ugly
Tuesday 13 Jul 2010 | Andrew Hickley
The rapid growth in sovereign wealth funds and issues around transparency have sparked off fears over the safety of investing in the funds but is there any foundation to these fears? Andrew Hickley investigates
Mixed reactions to Mifid review
Tuesday 13 Jul 2010 | Luke Nelson
CESR’s consultation on the Mifid review has been greeted by a mixture of responses from stakeholders with a resounding lack of support for increasing pre-trade transparency in non equity markets
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