Many of the problems in the Financial Services industry point to the need for significant upgrade in governance and risk management. Supervisors are increasingly turning their attention to risk culture and gaining a better understanding of how boards and management can more effectively manage their strategic and operational risks. Many of the problems still prevalent point to a need to upgrade significantly the governance and risk management at firms. Much work is already underway, but much more needs to be done. As firms get to grips with their business strategy, risk appetite, risk culture and management, they will need radically different management information which only significant investments in core and critical systems, as well as emerging analytic technologies, will provide.
29 November - European Commission sets out its regulatory stall
29 November - EBA 2018 stress test
28 November - FSB on artificial intelligence
30 October - Europe’s regulatory priorities
31 October - Scrutiny of corporate behaviour increases
29 September - EU Financial Supervision to be strengthened
27 Apr - More stress tests for UK banks
27 Apr - Step-in risk
21 Jun - The ECB adopts AnaCredit Regulation
23 Mar - Pillar 3 disclosure
28 Jun - What does more intensive supervision look like?
30 Jan - Pillar 2 capital requirements bite harder
15 Dec - Resolution funds – the funding model emerges
15 Dec - UCITS: Management Companies and Depositaries in the same group will have to evidence independence