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Regulatory Challenges - Systemic risk and capital buffers 

As governments work to lessen the likelihood of another worldwide financial crisis, the financial services sector is being forced to improve the safety and soundness of financial institutions via additional prudential requirements; mandatory Resolution & Recovery Plans; enhanced crisis management systems and controls and structural changes. This is through a combination of more robust financial resources and proposals to make firms easier to resolve – through higher quality and quantity of capital required by Basel III and Solvency II, the Capital Requirements Directive and Regulation (CRD/CRR).

On this page you will find a range of KPMG publications, reports, alerts and news items, highlighting the key implications for firms, in relation to systemic risk and capital buffers. New content will be added monthly, so please register and you will receive email alerts.

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Regulatory challenges

Financial institutions need to understand the implications of regulations which are imposed to create financial stability. This page will help banks, insurance and investment fund houses understand the implications.