Keith Mullin is Editor-at-Large of International Financing Review (IFR). An accomplished journalist, editor and market commentator for over 25 years, Keith has covered a range of specialist market segments from debt, equity and loan capital markets to securitisation, financial derivatives, leveraged finance, emerging markets and others. He is the author of two hard-hitting analyses of the investment banking industry – "Global Investment Banks: Trends, Strategies and Performance (2006) and “After the Bailout: Future Directions in Investment Banking” (2009). Based in London, Keith is married with three children. He is Vice President of Save the Children.
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THE BASIC LOGIC behind the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s final standard on setting large exposure limits for major banks from January 2019 looks sensible on paper as the uber-regulator seeks to reduce micro-prudential risk and contagion. But I’ve got a sneaking suspicion these latest rules could have a raft of unintended consequences across the financial industry.
Keith Mullin on another day of executive change at JP Morgan
Global regulation leading to a level playing field is nothing but a pipedream, says Mullin.
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