Tag Archives: Basel III

Bloomberg Highlights Viral Acharya’s Research on the Repo Market

Bloomberg featured NYU Stern Professor Viral Acharya’s research in an article about fire sales risk and repo market reforms. Excerpt from Bloomberg –”A so-called resolution authority for the repo market, to orderly liquidate repurchase agreements and prevent fire sales of underlying assets … Continue reading

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US Should be Concerned about Europe says Prof. Tom Cooley

Professor Tom Cooley, former NYU Stern Dean, spoke with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg TV’s Bottom Line about the stability of the European financial system and European banks. Professor Cooley notes that the levels of systemic risk in the European banking system … Continue reading

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Student Profile: Rose Kinuthia Looks to the Future at KCB Bank in Kenya

Rose Kinuthia, MSRM ’13, is an accomplished banking professional, with a blue-chip background. She is currently chief risk officer of KCB Bank in Nairobi, Kenya, having joined the organization in 2004 as divisional director of risk management. Previously, she worked … Continue reading

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Basel III Rules will Stifle Banks, says NYU Stern Prof. Tony Saunders

NYU Stern Professor Tony Saunders recently spoke at the Financial Services Institute of Australia Conference, discussing new Basel III policies. Saunders argues that new Basel III limitations on banks will stifle growth, making banks more akin to low-growth utility companies. … Continue reading

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