The G20/Financial Stability Board-led overhaul of global financial services (FS) regulation is radically reshaping the industry, starting with the largest and most internationally active groups.
The main challenges today relate to just how much change is coming at the same time and the complex competitive/co-operative drive to address issues internationally. And these pressures apply to insurers and asset managers as well as banks.
Implementation demands are set to dominate investment decisions for many years to come – billions are at stake. Businesses face a fundamental dilemma of how to generate sufficient returns when both capital demands and the cost of compliance are going up. Beyond this, the new regulatory agenda has huge implications for culture, structure and organisation. Making confident decisions about how best to comply and compete in this new landscape is critical.
PwC can help you successfully navigate through the upheaval. Recognising that what might be right for one operation may not apply to all, we bring the market-wide insight and experience to help you to assess the impact on your particular business and confidently set direction.
September 24, 2015
This report was developed in the context of the European Commission’s initiative to support the development of an operational Capital Markets Union.
February 16, 2015
Snapshots: Benchmark Regulation, RRP for insurers; First take: Political agreement on AMLD 4; Op Ed: Staying Ahead of the Regulatory Curve; Op Ed: Banking on Financial Models; Around the World: G20 Agenda
February 06, 2015
Snapshots; First Take; Op Ed; Around the World
January 30, 2015
Snapshots from Europe; First Take; Op Ed; Around the World
January 30, 2015
PwC have developed an interactive Know Your Customer (‘KYC’) quick reference guide which provides easy access to detailed AML and KYC information for 85 different countries.
January 15, 2015
Successful companies are marked out by the strength of their culture. How can you actively shape your culture and turn it in to your competitive advantage?
November 25, 2014
Reinforcing credit supply: Why we need CMU; Evolving derivative reporting rules; Regulatory Reform Down Under
November 11, 2014
Stress tests in number: Failed the test; Base Case Worst Performers; Adjustments due to AQR; Non-Performing Loans by Banks with CET1 Ratios in the Range 5.5% - 8%; G-SIBs CET1 Ratio; AQR Adjusted Leverage Ratio; Net Income; Summary
October 28, 2014
Top-down risk management; Will banks start lending again?; And also on the EU regulatory horizon
July 03, 2014
Are asset managers systemically important?; Protecting client money; Waiting for Godot