In November 2011 the Financial Stability Board made an industry-changing announcement on the identification of SIFIS (and who they are) and the additional capital that SIFIs will need to hold. In this comprehensive briefing, we describe the measures at a glance and provide our initial thoughts on what these might mean for our clients.
Contents include: identifying G-SIFIs and measuring systemic importance, common data template for G-SIFIs, effective resolution and what comes next in systemic risk supervision.
|Jan 2013||Basel III and beyond: Revised Liquidity Coverage Ratio|
|Jul 2012||US Basel III Regulatory Capital Regime and Market Risk Final Rule|
|Dec 2011||Basel III and beyond: The trillion dollar question|
|Nov 2011||Basel III and Beyond: Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs)|
|Jan 2011||A Practitioner's Guide to Basel III and Beyond|
|Dec 2010||Basel III programme|
|Dec 2010||Time to act: Basel III and beyond|
|Sep 2010||Preparing for take-off|
|Aug 2010||Emerging from the chrysalis|
|Apr 2010||Response to basel committee on banking supervision feedback|
|Apr 2010||Response to Basel Committee on Banking Supervision|
|Mar 2010||Operating in the future|
|Dec 2009||Basel Committee proposals for ‘Strengthening the resilience of the banking sector’|