Global Regulatory Network
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About the EY Global Regulatory Network
Our Global Regulatory Network helps clients find solutions to their regulatory challenges, providing extensive experience, leadership and strategic insights on financial regulation. The network enables our clients to understand and adapt to the impact of the changing regulatory landscape.
Led by Dr. Tom Huertas, former Alternate Chair of the European Banking Authority, the network comprises more than 100 former regulators throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe, many with senior regulatory experience, including membership in the Basel Committee, the Financial Stability Board, the European Banking Authority, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Japanese Financial Services Agency.
On banks’ risk dashboard, the signal for operational risk is – or should be – flashing red. Over the past ten years, losses from operational risk have soared.
New requirements labeled by some as Basel IV, but they are really too piecemeal to be regarded as a new standard.
Banks must answer four questions as they consider how to create a strategy and design, implement and manage a business model that meets growing supervisory expectations.
A look at the Basel capital requirements changes and their implications for banks.
FSB’s new TLAC reserve capital requirements will help end “too big to fail” – but much will depend on the resolution strategy that the bank wishes to employ. What do banks need to know as they prepare to respond?
The implications of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's (BCBS) revised Corporate Governance Principles for Banks and the shift in regulatory expectations for enhanced risk governance are explored by EY's Global Regulatory Network.
EY’s Don Vangel discusses tactics to comply with the Volcker Rule.
EY’s Marc Saidenberg shares his views on banks’ responses to recent liquidity regulation.
Banks face a formidable task this year: how to design, implement and manage a business model that satisfies the demands of supervisors, shareholders and investors.
Take a closer look at the five themes that emerged from our study of risk management practices at 52 banks.
This Global Regulatory Network Executive Briefing explores the four elements of a sound risk culture and how to foster that environment.