Regulation and Risk
OTC Derivatives Reform Part 1
Putting asset owners and sovereign wealth funds in the driver’s seat. This report provides recommendations for an evolving environment. Part 1 of 3.Read more
We seek to answer: why hasn’t social finance caught on in the past and what is needed to extend and broaden the recent growth?
The potential economic and development gains from gender equality are vast and well-documented — and yet they are currently being bypassed. This joint report by BNY Mellon and the United Nations Foundation explores the market potential of advancing gender equality.
BNY Mellon's iPad® app features the latest thinking on the forces shaping the global financial markets.
As mainland China moves to relaxing controls over flows of capital across its borders, Hong Kong’s prime position as a fund management center presents new opportunities for asset managers across the world.
In this report, BNY Mellon looks at the challenges and opportunities for investors and managers in the alternative credit market, focusing in particular on the operational requirements that underpin a successful business model and also exploring the key elements of the current market environment.
The financial services industry is facing a rapidly changing and increasingly complex global regulatory landscape. Find your way forward with trending, timely and relevant content to help keep you in compliance and get ahead.
The impact of event risk in the 2016 financial markets looks likely to continue, with the incoming Trump administration, upcoming European elections, a strong US dollar and a decline in China’s FX reserves. Simon Derrick, BNY Mellon’s Chief Currency Strategist, examines some issues to watch in 2017.
The challenges and opportunities presented by OTC derivatives reform prompted BNY Mellon to engage the University of Cambridge Judge Business School to analyze the impact on asset owners and sovereign wealth funds. This report provides recommendations for an evolving environment. Part 3 of 3
The challenges and opportunities presented by OTC derivatives reform prompted BNY Mellon to engage the University of Cambridge Judge Business School to analyze the impact on asset owners and sovereign wealth funds. This report provides recommendations for an evolving environment. Part 2 of 3
Despite the challenges that banks face, there is reason for optimism. Like never before, advances in technology have opened the door for banks to collaborate in pursuit of our clients’ desire for a global real-time payment experience.
Interest in esoteric asset-backed securities is gathering momentum as investors seek to diversify portfolios and earn high yields. At the same time, advancements in technology are presenting new opportunities to create, analyze, market, sell, securitize and process these complex assets efficiently.
From alternative currency to big data, the future of money is changing. Learn more about the next generation of the financial industry through our sponsored series with WIRED, The Future of Money.