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    FRTB: Viewing Market Risk in a New Light
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Wolters Kluwer Financial Services helps financial services organizations, with a comprehensive suite of risk management technologies to address compliance, credit, counterparty credit, financial crime, market, liquidity, and operational risk. Our risk management solutions were created solely for financial services and deliver the processes, best practices, regulatory intelligence, and analytics required by this highly regulated industry.

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IRAs and Trusts: Ownership vs. Beneficiary Designation

(Published January 18, 2019) This article addresses a couple of questions relating to the relationship between individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and trusts. It is not uncommon for an individual to name a trust as the beneficiary of his/her IRA, however can a trust own an IRA?

IRA Required Minimum Distribution Not Satisfied: Penalty and Penalty Waiver Request

(Published January 17, 2019) An individual that does not take an IRA required minimum distribution (RMD) timely is subject to an “excess accumulation” penalty tax. The IRS has the ability to waive this penalty tax if the deadline to satisfy an RMD is missed due to a reasonable cause. This article will take a look at the options available to an individual who failed to timely satisfy his/her RMD.

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FATF evaluation underlines AML and CTF urgency for Chinese banks
 

FATF evaluation underlines AML / CTF urgency for Chinese banks

 
 
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IFRS 16 Leases: A fresh challenge with a familiar solution
 

Reframing a fresh challenge with a familiar solution – IFRS 16

 
 
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AML in Hong Kong: What banks need to do next

 
 
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