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Exclusive Interview with Ozgur Kan of Berkeley Research Group

March 27, 2015

By Taylor Riggs Ozgur Kan, managing director at Berkeley Research Group, spoke to Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs about the implications of this year’s Federal Reserve stress test results and what they say about the future of financial regulation. His comments have been edited and condensed. Click here to read the full interview. This interview was taken

Banks Far From Consensus on Classifying High-Quality Liquid Assets in the EU

March 26, 2015

Analysis by Gregory Van Droogenbroeck, Bloomberg Enterprise Solutions The European Union’s banking industry is having trouble classifying high-quality liquid assets under the Basel III framework, according to Bloomberg Enterprise Solutions’s Gregory Van Droogenbroeck. He says this is largely due to the complexity of the EU rules, which are set to take effect in October. Click here to

U.S., U.K. Policy Issues Front and Center

March 20, 2015

BY MELISSA KARSH, BLOOMBERG BRIEF EDITOR Policy issues took center stage this week in both the U.S. and the U.K. In the U.K., British banks seemed to be on the losing end of U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s budget, released Wednesday. The budget’s proposed tax increase would cost the industry

Fed Stress Tests By The Numbers

March 13, 2015

U.S. Banks Make the Grade With a 90 Percent Pass Rate on 2015 Fed Stress Tests. An analysis of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative and qualitative stress tests featured in the Bloomberg Brief: Financial Regulation newsletter. Click here to see the full article. — Melissa Karsh, Bloomberg Brief Editor, with assistance

U.S. Law Against Insider Trading Sought by Senate Democrats

March 13, 2015

Insider trading is illegal and there should also be a law against it,say U.S. lawmakers looking to make that happen. Legislation introduced Wednesday by Senators Jack Reed of Rhode Island and Bob Menendez of New Jersey would make it illegal to trade on material information a person knows isn’t publicly available. It would clarify

Leveling High-Quality Liquid Assets Under Basel III Proves Difficult for Banks

March 10, 2015

ANALYSIS BY CADY NORTH & MATTHEW DEBRABANT, BLOOMBERG ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS As banks start daily reporting under the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s liquidity coverage ratio, compliance is proving to be more difficult than originally thought, according to Bloomberg Enterprise Solutions’s Cady North and Matthew Debrabant. They say banks must first spend time organizing their market and

March Madness: Fed Says 31 Largest U.S. Banks Could Weather an Economic Storm

March 6, 2015

  The Federal Reserve said all 31 big banks subjected to a stress test have sufficient capital to absorb losses during a sharp and prolonged economic downturn. It’s the first time since the central bank started stress tests in 2009 that no firm fell below any of the main capital thresholds. Click here to read the full article.

FDIC Problem Banks Fell to Lowest Since 2008 Credit Crisis

February 27, 2015

    The FDIC’s list of problem institutions — those viewed as being at heightened risk of failure — fell to 291 in the fourth quarter of 2014 from 329 the previous quarter, according to the agency’s Quarterly Banking Profile. This is the first time the FDIC’s “problem list” has

More Insider Trading Cooperators Seen Outside of SDNY in 2014, Says Law Firm

February 20, 2015

In 2014, there were more people who cooperated in insider trading cases outside of the southern district of New York, where most of these cases are brought, than in previous years, according to data compiled by Morrison & Foerster LLP in its annual insider trading report. Click here to read Bloomberg Brief’s Editor Melissa Karsh’s full article.

Finra’s Axelrod Focused on $32.3 Million Paid in Restitution in 2014

February 13, 2015

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority levied $134 million in fines, buoyed by a $43.5 million settlement over analysts’ IPO pitches, and $32.3 million in restitution in 2014. This is more than double the $65 million in fines levied in 2013 and more than triple the $9.5 billion in restitution paid that year, according to an annual report. New disciplinary