Financial Regulatory Forum

Goldman’s online lending, Brexit plans show risk strategy’s bottom-line focus

July 27, 2016

By Richard Satran, Regulatory Intelligence

(Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) – Goldman Sachs wants to be known as the best-in-class risk firm. At the start of the year Goldman’s chief financial officer Howard Schwartz told analysts the firm saw bottom-line benefits in its compliance hiring binge while other banks were pulling back or staying pat. (more…)

Goldman standards review reflects new compliance landscape

May 30, 2013

By Nick Paraskeva, for Compliance Complete

NEW YORK, May 29 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – Goldman Sachs’ report on new business ethics and practices voiced lofty ambitions that are both frequently aired and difficult to implement. But it also articulated higher standards on issues such as reputational risk, suitability and conflicts of interests, which are increasingly demanded by customers, regulators and investors.

The compliance lessons, so far, arising from the UBS rogue trader

September 23, 2011

LONDON, Sept. 23 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – UBS’s loss of $2.3 billion has hit the headlines worldwide, and while full details of what went wrong are unlikely to be public in the near future there are already compliance lessons for other firms. UK and Swiss regulators have launched an investigation into: