This is the latest round-up in the series covering key announcements and developments in UK financial risk and regulation. I take my usual summarised and simplified approach to the main stories, but as always the regulators have been very busy.
A significant development for some of my clients and readers was the announcement by the Basel Committee of key changes to the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), the proposed revamp of the rules on market risk capitalisation of the trading book, which have been in development and consultation for some years: now due for implementation in 2022. See section 1.
Elsewhere, Fintech planning loomed large in the minds of regulatory and government agencies, especially but not only the European supervisory bodies. In similar vein but more broadly, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney made a thoughtful speech on the future of money in the light of the crypto-currency revolution. See section 2.
The topics mentioned here are just key highlights – see the detailed sections for more stories. See individual articles in this blog for links to underlying source stories or documents.
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