This week sees part four of our Success Series over-regulation white paper, focussing on the regulatory reform: the ring-fencing, the corporate governance, at reigning in risk and the danger of payday loans.
Sorry Mr Putin your card has been rejected. Do you have an alternative means of payment, Sir?It’s not World War III and no it’s not the Cold War: Part Two, but it is a serious situation with Crimea. In the simplest form, we live in world where you cannot just invade a country and call it “yours”. You can’t sail like the Vikings did and go to
KYC RecruitmentThe KYC market remains as one of the busiest parts of compliance recruitment, both from a temporary and permanent perspective. In particular demand are candidates with remediation and also on-boarding experience from previous roles, along with previous banking experience. A couple of projects are still in high force in terms of
Part three of our Success Series over regulation white paper continues. This week we look at the crash itself, at the TED spread, quantitative easing, and containing the contagion of collapsing institutions.
To accompany our Success Series panel discussion '2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation?', that took place on Thursday 27th March, speaker Eric Bigham has produced an accompanying white paper. This week we post the first section:
There has certainly been no post-Christmas hangover within London compliance recruitment in January. Hiring has begun in earnest at the senior level within asset managers, as firms gear up for up AIFMD and within the Bulge Bracket Banks.
Very few financial services organisations have a clean sheet when it comes to compliance, in the last few years. This is no longer a question of consumer confidence, but a genuine exercise in developing a function to deliver robust governance, internally and externally.In the last 12 months we have seen the majority of banks begin a lengthy