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The need for a consistent agenda between regulators, supervisors and legislators

With 2019 marking a move for the European Banking Authority (EBA) to Paris in April, regulatory priorities will see the […] Read more

Implementation of post-crisis reforms and remaining challenges in 2019

At the last G20 summit in Buenos Aires, leaders called for the full implementation of all major international financial reforms […] Read more

Brexit, Volcker 2.0 and the Bipartisan Banking Bill lead topics of 2019 Institute of International Bankers conference

On March 11 and 12, 2019, Mazars attended the 30th annual conference organized by the Institute of International Bankers (IIB). […] Read more

Data Protection: constraint or opportunity?

Today’s world is witnessing an explosion of data, including personal data: your civil status, what you do and don’t like, […] Read more

Brexit Watch #3: countdown is on

Following a majority vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal on 15 January 2019, and with only 3 weeks until the […] Read more

LIBOR reform: Setting the cat among the pigeons

Could the transition period towards the new alternative Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) be more complex than initially envisaged? The speech given […] Read more

Is there light at the end of the Trading Book’s tunnel?

Seven years after the first Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s (BCBS) consultative paper on the Fundamental Review of the Trading […] Read more

Climate change : a threat to the stability of the financial services

With rising global temperatures[1]  comes an ever growing pressure on the financial services sector to respond and prepare for the […] Read more

A decade on from Lehman Brothers

Which is the more significant – the tenth anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, or the tenth anniversary of […] Read more

Brexit Watch #2 : Impact of No Deal and Other Regulatory Issues

In the second installation to our Brexit Watch, the delay of the House of Commons vote and subsequent negotiations increases […] Read more