Solving the debt problem - the impact of changing regulations on debt funding
Since the 2008 global financial crisis, banks and other financial institutions have been hit by a tsunami of regulatory proposals. Take for instance Basel III (and its European offshoot, CRD IV-CRR); the Vickers and Liikanen reports; the proposed single supervisory mechanism; recovery and resolution proposals for banks in the European Union; Dodd-Frank in the US; Solvency II for insurers within the EU; and the Financial Stability Board's (FSB) proposals for shadow banking. The volume and complexity of new regulation has been routinely criticised as the root cause of the continuing financial challenges.
The constantly changing regulatory landscape is altering the way debt markets operate. Norton Rose’s Kenneth Gray and Alison Baxter look at the new measures used to access liquidity
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