New Basel capital exemptions could be too small if all EU banks have to issue bail-in bonds
Exchange and clearing house expects more clearing and growth in renminbi products
Capital-intensive rule for banks begins to bite FX world
BCBS-Iosco delay starting gun for variation margin
Intraday liquidity monitoring proves to be a heavy lift for banks
Europe isolated as US regulators opt for broad counterparty risk charge
Responses to a second consultation on the margining of uncleared derivatives are strongly in favour of an FX carve-out
Lobbyists express concern that regulators appear intent on requiring variation margin to be posted against FX swaps and forwards, despite the costs involved
A second consultative document from the Working Group on Margining Requirements gives the industry until March 15 to make its case again for an exemption from mandatory margin
Secretary general of Iosco confirms that further work is needed to assess the economic impact of margin requirements for uncleared derivatives
National supervisors tell banks not to lower liquidity buffers, with market forces also pushing banks towards 100% compliance with measure
Banks and CCPs are pressing for changes to method of calculating default fund capital
Clearing of over-the-counter derivatives could become punitively expensive if a proposal by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision to increase capital held against exposures to central counterparties (CCPs) is not watered down, according to dealers.
Basel Committee makes alterations to counterparty credit risk rules
FSB sets out broad direction for special treatment, but admits the possible need for national discretion.
Basel Committee and FSB studies play down the economic impact of Basel III - proof, regulators say, that the reforms are fit for purpose.
Reform proposal due this month