Next September, Phase 3 firms will be required to post initial margin for all non-cleared derivatives transactions.
Vendor will provide a service that advises banks and buy-side firms seeking margin-model approval from the Fed ahead of 2018 deadline
Sponsored feature: SmartStream
Risk operations professionals aim to accelerate changes to prepare for 2018 deadlines
Both countries largely successful in implementing standards
Responsibility for compliance with capital adequacy rules dances a polka between the regulators and the regulated
New standards take effect worldwide in September
Basel III Progress Report: Some Jurisdictions' Banks Struggling to Adjust IT Systems to Meet Requirements
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision also found "significant gaps" in data accuracy and adaptability.
In this month's "Industry Warehouse," Xenomorph's Brian Sentance raises awareness about how to use derived data
Fernando Lozano succeeds Josef Tošovský, who held the role for 16 years
Could BCBS risk capital framework changes prove useful for risk data management?
Regulatory body combines three previous standards and seeks to eliminate advanced option
The vendor is focusing on workflow and pricing tools to help firms meet the obligations of new regulations.
Michael looks at new stress testing demands stemming from everything from Basel III to BCBS 239 to CCAR.
The prospect of a 'Basel IV' has many wondering about several issues still outstanding with Basel III
Basel Committee's Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) standard, replacing VaR, provides better support for stress testing
Intraday liquidity reporting underpins rulebook created by the Liquidity Implementation Task Force to support BCBS compliance.
A wider data management perspective could be the key to compliance with annual regimens
Dan DeFrancesco talks to experts about banks' progress toward meeting BCBS 239 guidelines.
Perhaps it’s because summer is now officially here and everyone wants to go skipping hand-in-hand through sun-drenched meadows, or that FISD’s Tom Davin is the latest inductee into the Inside Market Data Hall of Fame, or perhaps there’s another dynamic…
With proposals more akin to guidelines than prescriptive rules, the industry must define compliance.
Three large banks in the space cite Basel III woes, pre-trade safety checks as key.
Banks' efforts to date when complying with BCBS 239 risk data aggregation principles have been underwhelming.
Firms taking action, even as architects of the principles prove slow to offer guidance