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450 white papers and resources

Regulation underpins the practices and procedures of every single activity undertaken by the banking and finance communities: from what information needs to be contained in a disclosure document through to what constitutes bribery. Regulation is increasingly in focus, as the world’s governments struggle to bring us all back to financial stability. Below you will find law and regulation white papers that will show you the latest developments and what you need to do so your organisation stays within the law.

Preparing organisations for future litigation

This paper discusses how bringing eDiscovery in-house now helps to prepare organisations for future litigation. There are many similarities among the technologies & processes used to respond to specific legal matters & foster proper information management that simplifies future litigation responses.

Email archiving and the law

The concept of information governance is not new, but the challenge posed by today’s email volumes is. This white paper examines the latest legal requirements for email archiving and why an effective solution is essential.

Tips of the trade

A panel of experts was convened for this virtual roundtable, sponsored by Sybase, in which they discuss the challenges facing financial institutions in meeting new liquidity regulations and share some tips for best practice in stress-testing a liquidity risk framework.

Regulation & ETRM solutions

New financial regulation poses fresh challenges to companies’ financial technology and systems. In a Q&A sponsored by Sapient Global Markets, Energy Risk discusses with experts how they can respond and what will be the impact on market developments.

Recovery Positions

Russia was hit hard by the financial crisis, but market participants say there is plenty to be optimistic about in 2010. At a roundtable discussion in December, industry experts discussed Russia’s economy, the development of market infrastructure and the growth of the derivatives sector.