Less government control over the last 25 years has led to unprecedented economic growth. But the cost is greater instability. Furthermore, new developments (financial innovations, new technologies, etc.) require a reassessment of risk not so much based upon regulatory standards but upon the economic substance of the risks.
This Chartis presentation covers:
1. Banking Risks – Evolution
2. Topology of Banking Risks
3. Uncertainties and Biases in Minimum Regulatory Capital