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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Consumer credit: assessment of the impacts of the law Lagarde

Within five years, from October 2006 to September 2011, the Bank of France were nearly 1,022,273 records filed with the Debt Commissions, an average of nearly 204,455 cases a year. Trailing 12 months, from October 2010 to September 2011, the caseload is up 6.4%.

Hence the issue of law reform Lagarde on mortgage lending, the consumer credit and the fight against overindebtedness.

But the establishment of this regulatory mechanism has not been neutral for companies to consumer credit.

The High Frequency Trading will not escape regulation

The High Frequency Trading (HFT) has grown considerably in recent years and today represent the AMF according to 90% of orders sent to the market and about 30% of actual transactions in Europe and Further more. The proportions taken by this practice are as worried. While the regulator, after leading an important discussion on these topic proposals currently before the European Parliament that could lead to a new framework for HFT in 2013, French MPs have meanwhile passed a law to tax this type of exchange on February 16.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Management of collateral received: an effective lever to reduce operational and financial risks

Since the financial crisis, banks are facing a major phenomenon: the rise of non-payment of their customers. These faults are both on home loans granted to individuals and businesses as the credits distributed through credit cards for individuals.

In this context, the management process guarantees received has become a key process, acting at the heart of risk management for banks.