News analysis

  • EU bank union terms unravelled

    20 November 2012

    Lawyers remain doubtful compromise terms, circulated last week, relating to the establishment of a European banking union are enough to effect change

  • US Basel delay puts heat on Europe

    20 November 2012

    Lawyers on both sides of the Atlantic have dismissed speculation that the US Basel III delay gives its banks a competitive advantage over their European counterparts

  • Basel III to prompt RMB innovation

    15 November 2012

    The China Banking Regulatory Commission's implementation of Basel III will foster greater complexity in the offshore renminbi market

  • UK lawyers call for restraint in EU membership debate

    15 November 2012

    Market participants expect a UK separation from the EU in the course of the next parliament. But lawyers in London have called for constraint

  • How Basel III will limit Chinese bank financing

    06 November 2012

    Chinese banks’ Basel III concerns are growing as counsel outline how the China Banking Regulatory Commission’s (CBRC) implementation of Basel III will limit Chinese banks’ financing

  • Why Kay, Volcker are wrong about ringfencing

    06 November 2012

    It is possible to effectively ringfence retail and investment activities without restructuring banks into essentially two separate entities



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