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Practitioner's Guide to Banking Regulation, A

Practitioner's Guide to Banking Regulation, A
Mastering the New Regulatory Landscape
ISBN:  9780414061286
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor:Richard Barfield
Publication Date:  21 Nov 2016
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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A Practitioner’s Guide to Banking Regulation: Mastering the New Regulatory Landscape covers all aspects of regulation affecting the banking industry, focusing on the changes that have taken place since the financial crisis and how to build them into the business.

Written by a global team of experienced practitioners at PwC led by Richard Barfield, who authored the very successful A Practitioner’s Guide to Basel III and Beyond, this book provides a comprehensive but accessible assessment for those looking for actionable and tested advice.

  • Includes case studies, examples and perspectives on competitive implications and opportunities
  • Offers guidance on the implications for bank supervision, capital, liquidity, stress testing and risk management
  • Covers culture, conduct, remuneration and the proposed Basel reforms to risk-weighted assets
  • Discusses technology and infrastructure, including resolution, restructuring, derivatives and central clearing
  • Concludes with an assessment of the impact of reform, strategic considerations and a Brexit afterword
  • With a foreword by Mr William Coen, Secretary General for the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, this book is an essential guide to mastering the new regulatory landscape for anyone concerned with the regulation of banks.


1. Introduction
2. Economic context
3. Strategy and business models
4. GSIBs and international perspectives
5. Banking supervision
6. The rise of shadow banking
7. Capital
8. Risk-weighted assets (banking book and trading book)
9. Liquidity and funding
10. Central clearing
11. Governance and accountability
12. Risk management (including risk appetite)
13. Culture
14. Risk and reward
15. Conduct (including touching on MiFID)
16. Stress testing
17. Risk and data control
18. Reporting and disclosures
19. Structural changes (including ring-fencing)
20. Recovery and resolution
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