Our team of regulatory experts work with our clients to transform new regulation into an opportunity to better position themselves in the market.

 

We are always focused on results, and thus focus not only on compliance but also on the robust implementation of regulation.

 

We propose pragmatic solutions and strategic response to the full regulatory agenda impacting the financial sector. 

 

We work with you in local and global markets to help you find cross-regulations interplay and synergies to manage them as a whole. 

 

We deliver tangible results in the following ways:

 

  • Interpretation of standards and operational and business impacts analysis
  • Readiness assessment and gap analysis between current set-up and new requirement
  • Extensive project management services during implementation;
  • Strategic review of regulatory capital, funding and liquidity management to fulfill new rules and restore profitability
  • Risk models design and validation services to comply to regulatory requirements
  • Creation of Regulatory Centers to transition into Business as Usual

 

Insights: 

 

Risk Regulation and Strategy

It has often been argued that the global financial crisis of 2007-2008 is first and foremost a crisis of the prevailing self-regulation and laissez-faire doctrine, especially in the United States and in the United Kingdom.  Click here to read more

 

 

MiFIDII | Time to get prepared

The revision of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive represents one of the centerpieces of financial markets reform.  With the intention to boost competition, promote transparency and encourage financial stability,MiFIDII is the corner stone of multiple regulations that are being implemented at a global, European and national level. Click here to read more

 

 

Volcker & LBF Implementation

The Volcker Rule, a part of the Dodd‐Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, was adopted on December 10, 2013.  Click here to read more

 

 

Optimization of Post-Scoring Classification and Impact on Regulatory Capital for Low Default Portfolios

The purpose of this paper is to focus on post-scoring classification for LDPs with the aim to study the possibility of building a rating scale for these portfolios, that meets regulatory requirements as well as to identify the opportunities to optimize RWA.  Click here to read more

 

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