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  • Council, ECB at odds over NPL plan

    07 Dec 2017

    Bad loans continue to blight EU economies. The ECB’s plan to deal with the issue is facing one of its first hurdles

  • Dodd and Frank join CFPB debate

    04 Dec 2017

    The collective minds behind the Dodd–Frank Act have outlined that Mick Mulvaney’s appointment as temporary director is contrary to the statute's original intent

  • Banks put FRTB on hold

    29 Nov 2017

    Heads of regulatory strategy say that transatlantic uncertainty and an unworkable Brexit timetable have forced them to pause implementation

  • Noreika would consider CFPB director role

    23 Nov 2017

    Acting Comptroller Keith Noreika would jump at the chance to head up the regulator, he has told IFLR

  • PRIMER: Chinese NPLs

    17 Nov 2017

    A cheat sheet on non-performing loans in China and what can be done to prevent them from escalating

  • Distressed M&A risks in Asia

    14 Nov 2017

    The region is seeing an increasing number of NPL-inspired deals, but the opportunities are laden with risks

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