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17th June 2016

Brexit – the morning after

Author: James Phillips, Regulatory Strategy Director, Lombard Risk On Thursday 23rd June the voting to Leave or Remain happens.  This is a pivotal moment for the UK, and indeed for the European Union. Non-Britain EU cannot really influence UK voters now, but in the same way, the UK cannot really influence the exit rules, if the […]

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27th May 2016

RISK EMEA 2016 – Day 2

Author: James Phillips, Regulatory Strategy Director, Lombard Risk Although Risk EMEA conference Day One was very interesting, Day Two seemed to be equally thought-provoking.  Again I was stream Chair, Banking Risk and Regulatory Developments, clearly covering important themes including the onset of IFRR9, on which I will expand in detail later. Similar to the first […]

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24th May 2016

RISK EMEA 2016 – Day 1

Author: James Phillips, Regulatory Strategy Director, Lombard Risk Attending a conference always gives me a sense of the pulse, pace, and direction of industry thinking.  Today that was endorsed as I’m attending the “Centre for Finance Professionals Risk EMEA” event in London, and especially since I have chaired the Liquidity Risk and Capital Management stream. […]

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16th March 2016

The shift from a tactical to strategic response to regulation

Author: James Phillips, Regulatory Strategy Director, Lombard Risk The pace of regulatory change is not slowing down: financial institutions realise they cannot just keep adding people and localised processes, most likely with yet more spreadsheets, just to meet its demands. By stepping back from the day-to-day focus on the next report, firms can take a […]

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9th March 2016

A vision of the future – and it has to be near term if you want to compete

Author:  James Phillips, Regulatory Strategy Director, Lombard Risk Immediately following the 2008 crash we should have been at the peak of regulatory change. Indeed, there were some very rapid responses, such as the 2009/2010 UK liquidity regime.  The mountain of reform needed was far greater than initially understood, ranging from structural change to Basel III. As […]

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