Regulatory, compliance and risk management
2010 risk management survey reveals triple threat: banking regulations, risk management and rising costs
Our 2010 risk management survey reveals a triple threat: banking regulations, risk management and rising costs. Learn about strategies the global banking industry is using to get back to business in an uncertain world.
How does the banking industry tackle Dodd-Frank? (Video feature)
Make no mistake: Dodd-Frank is the biggest thing to affect the financial industry since the economic crisis itself. We delve into the main components of the Act and offer some insights on how organizations should begin responding both immediately and over the long term.
What banks should consider when developing “living wills"
One of the most noteworthy provisions in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is that banks must develop comprehensive recovery and resolution plans. Despite disagreement among authorities over exactly how to implement this provision, there are important factors banks should consider when developing a living will.
Clock’s ticking on liquidity risk management
How banks can improve liquidity risk management in response to Basel Committee proposals.
Positioning for change: US financial reform
Following the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, executives can expect a major transformation in the world in which financial services firms must operate. Read about immediate priorities and evaluate the impact of the law through a structured assessment of the strategic, tax and operational implications on your business model.
US financial regulatory reform Q&A
The US Congress has completed its work on the most significant overhaul of financial regulation since the 1930s. Read about its significance and expected impact, its provisions for the financial services sector, the key corporate governance and SEC provisions, and what comes next.
The liquidity gap: how to manage interdependencies between solvency risk and liquidity risk
Solvency and liquidity are the two core pillars of banking, but the financial crisis laid bare some weaknesses global banking leaders now must work to fix, with regulators hot on the trail.
Risk governance update: the CRO perspective
Board leaders and risk professionals air new concerns as they prepare for a transition year ahead.
How banks can improve board governance
Mere oversight isn’t enough for today’s bank directors – the job’s grown a great deal more complicated. Hear what we learned during discussions with lead board directors at some of the largest banks in the world and determine whether your board has what it takes to restore trust among shareholders, regulators and the public.
Top six liquidity risk management challenges for global banks
In the aftermath of the credit crisis, the changing nature of liquidity risk management demands attention from the global banking industry. Read our summary of the challenges banks face in this area.
How the global banking industry is fixing vulnerabilities
Shoring up risk governance is top priority for banks. Still, several thorny issues and competing demands remain, and planning for the future is exponentially more challenging. Our Risk governance – agenda for change survey provides perspective on what’s next for banks.
Navigating the crisis: our 2nd annual risk management survey
EY’s second annual survey yielded several critical lessons from the current economic crisis. Chief among them was the vital importance of managing for liquidity.
Read on for what risk managers had to say about staying attuned to industry dynamics, and more.
Webcast: Liquidity risk management: a new priority on management agendas
We offer perspectives on the recent and pending changes in the regulatory environment and emerging practices to more effectively manage liquidity risk.
Webcast: Supervision on the move: the impact of corporate compliance
The challenges of increased banking supervision are most pronounced for newly minted bank holding companies, but the effects of closer regulator scrutiny have rippled across the financial services industry. We point out the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the new regulatory framework.
The future of risk forecasting
As banks scramble to perform postmortem examinations of precisely what went wrong with their approaches to risk management, a number of key lessons are emerging.
New rules for risk governance: what banks need to know right now
As the market turbulence subsides, regulators will want clear evidence that financial firms are adopting a forward-looking approach to risk and including that view in decision-making. We cover the tough questions banks can expect about their contingency planning and level of discipline related to risk.