Financial regulatory reform

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New regulations abound, but the number one issue facing institutions today is the uncertainty they create. We explore the implications of various new requirements.

The changing shape of European banking regulationThe changing shape of European banking regulation
New regulatory structures are emerging to better oversee financial institutions and system-wide risks across Europe. Non-executive directors from leading global banks discuss the implications.
Photo: Peter MarshallVideo: Basel III to revamp bank operations 
Peter Marshall (Principle, Financial Services) discusses how new regulations will affect banks’ costs and profitability, from increased liquid assets to enhanced data and technology infrastructure.
Global banksWebcast: Are you prepared for the future of banking?
Regulatory insights and implications of the Seoul G20 Summit
Global banksThe top risks confronting global banks
We outline the three main risks faced by the banking industry as a result of G20 reforms and Basel III proposals.
Global banksThe road to financial services de-regulation
The Economist Intelligence Unit, on behalf of EY, surveyed members of the financial services industry for their views on the emerging regulatory landscape.
Global banksTop "living will" considerations for banks
Read about five things banks should consider when developing "living wills," one of the most noteworthy requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Global banksVideo: How do banks tackle Dodd-Frank? 
We help you understand the main components of Dodd-Frank, the biggest thing to affect the financial industry since the economic crisis itself.
Global banksA roadmap for implementing US financial reform
Evaluate the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act by assessing the strategic, tax and operational implications for your business model.
Global banksWebcast: Bank supervision on the move
We point out the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for banking supervision in the new regulatory framework.