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Mete Feridun

Mete Feridun

Manager at PwC
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Bio I am currently serving as a manager at PwC serving as a subject matter expert on prudential regulations and regulatory reporting requirements for banks and investment firms. Career History I am a former PRA and FCA Senior Supervisor with experience in regulatory change project management oversight, legal entity authorisation and prudential regulations.


Banking Regulations

Integration of Pillar 3 Disclosures into Regulatory Reporting: New Challenges and Opportunities

12 Feb 2020

The Basel Committee’s revised Pillar 3 framework of 2015 was intended to address shortcomings in the consistency and comparability of firms’ regulatory disclosures. Introducing standardised disclosure requirements under a tabular format for qualitative information and more granular disclosure requirements for quantitative information, the Committe...

Banking Regulations

Regulatory and corporate returns are once again on the regulatory spotlight: What should firms do?

10 Jan 2020

On 7 January 2019 the Bank of England (BoE) published a discussion paper (DP) on the way it collects data from financial institutions in response to the June 2019 Future of Finance report undertaken by Huw Van Steenis and commissioned by Mark Carney. Proposing a number of options to improve the timeliness, flexibility, quality and interpretation o...

Banking Regulations

Countdown to Brexit: What should EEA firms do about their regulatory permissions?

06 Sep 2019

As the countdown to 31 October 2019 can now be measured in weeks, the UK and the EU are hurtling towards a no-deal Brexit. This has implications for inbound passporting EEA firms as the UK Financial Services and Markets Act (FSMA) prohibits firms from carrying out a regulated activity in the UK, or purport to do so, unless they are either an autho...

Banking Regulations

Are UK branches of EU-27 banks ready to become third-country branches?

27 Aug 2019

The UK branches of the EU-27 banks currently benefit from lighter regulatory requirements compared to the third-country branches. However, post-Brexit this distinction will no longer be relevant as all branches will ultimately be subject to the same rules. So, with the increasing odds of a no-deal Brexit, the EU-27 banks operating in the UK as bra...