The future of Risk
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FSB evaluation could maintain international standards or accelerate their decline
Global banks merit global rules, but local banks can end up as collateral damage
It is the acceptable face of shadow banking. But is too much money chasing too few opportunities in private credit?
Welcome to Risk.net’s guide to the world’s leading quantitative finance master’s programmes
Demand for technical skills is growing, but roles have changed – and some schools are not keeping up
Universities offering quant master’s programmes must adapt to stay relevant, writes UBS’s Gordon Lee
Incumbents have big ideas – but lots of baggage
Pressured banks hope new tools and technical nous will give their sales teams an edge
Staff turnover, regulation among five factors holding banks back
Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan upending years of bank strategy by making systems available to clients
Sponsored Q&A: Beacon
Special features will look at the future of bank technology, quantitative research, risk transfer and regulation