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  • CRD - Credit institutions and Investment firms - 26/03/2014
    The Luxembourg Government has submitted to the Chamber of Representatives the draft Law 6660 implementing the Capital Requirement Directive 2013/36/EU.
  • Margin requirements for non-centrally cleared derivatives - 04/09/2013
    The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and the IOSCO released on September 2 the final framework for margin requirements for non-centrally cleared derivatives.
  • CRD IV / CRR - ITS on supervisory reporting - 07/08/2013
    One month after the publication of the CRD IV package, the European Banking Authority (“EBA”) published its final draft Implementing Technical Standards (“ITS”).
  • CRD IV Package – The road ahead - 04/07/2013
    Almost two years have passed since the publication of the European Commission’s proposals for the CRD IV package, which will implement the internationally agreed standards on capital and liquidity – Basel III
  • CRD IV / CCR: Agreement reached - 05/03/2013
    More than three years after the publication of the final Basel III rules, provisional agreement on the CRD IV package was reached.
  • Basel III/CRD IV: Liquidity risk management | Brochure
    The changing regulatory environment for liquidity risk fundamentally impacts credit institutions and their business model.
  • Press article: Zurück in die Zukunft – Asset Management und Basel III
    Die Geschichte des globalen Finanzsystems ist auch eine Geschichte von Krisen. Liquiditätsengpässe und Bankenkonkurse sind kein rein neuzeitliches Phänomen, das auf die zunehmende Vernetzung der Finanzmärkte zurückzuführen wäre.
  • Press article: Asset management within Basel III framework: back to former glory
    A new wave of regulation of the banking sector, depicted under the acronym ‘Basel III’, is under progress. The underpinning foundations of this large-scale cure program recognise the profoundly volatile and erratic nature of the financial system.
  • Solvency ratio for investment funds - Time to free your capital | Brochure
    Nowadays, there is an ongoing trend reinforcing the importance of risk and capital management requirements for main financial players.
  • Collateral management & credit mitigation - Reducing risk exposure | Brochure
    In the aftermath of the worldwide crisis, collateral management has gained increasing attention: at stake is the efficient mitigation of credit risk.
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