Summary of the FPC's judgement for the appropriate Tier 1 equity requirement for the UK banking system and its strategy for setting the countercyclical capital buffer.
Considers the activities of open-ended investment funds, as part of a series of deep dives by the FPC into financial stability risks and regulation beyond the core banking sector.
Summarises the results of the 2015 Stress Test and describes the judgements and actions taken by the FPC and PRA Board that were informed by the stress-test results and analysis.
Examines the implications of algorithmic trading for firms’ risk management and controls.
Summary of the FPC's interim market liquidity report covering: how and why liquidity in relevant markets has become more fragile; strategies of asset managers for managing the fund liquidity; and the reliance of UK firms on market based finance.
Summary of the Fair & Effective Markets Review (FEMR) recommendations.
Summary of the Bank's approach to stress testing the UK banking system in 2015.
Outlines the FPC's decisions to issue a Direction and Recommendation on a UK leverage ratio framework at its June 2015 Policy Meeting.
Summary of the FPC's work to assess risks beyond the core banking sector, covering investment funds; hedge funds; securities financing transactions; non-tradition, non insurance and investment activities of insurance companies; and derivatives.
Summary of the FPC's decision to set the countercyclical capital buffer (CCB) at zero per cent at its June 2015 Policy Meeting.