Tag Archives: Risk management

HONG KONG’S ANTI-GRAFT COMMISSIONER WARNS OF CORRUPTION ON BELT AND ROAD

The head of Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has warned local investors to beware of rampant corruption in some Belt and Road countries. ICAC commissioner Simon Peh Yun-Lu pledged the support of the agency, one of the world’s … Continue reading

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The Board’s responsibility to manage risk: key legal and compliance issues – a disputes perspective

At this recent conference, held by Herbert Smith Freehills and attended by close to a hundred clients, we explored some key legal and compliance risks facing major corporates and how those risks can be mitigated. After opening remarks by dispute … Continue reading

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EU: EBA’s report on good practices for ETF risk management

The European Banking Authority (EBA) today published an opinion addressed to competent authorities (as defined in the Capital Requirements Directive) which outlines a high level description of good practices with respect to the management of key risks that credit institutions encounter … Continue reading

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