I wonder whether there are or we can collect cheat-sheets for the various international regulations of the financial markets.
There is e.g. the Dodd-Frank act for the US. Can we gather cheat sheets for all the other international regulations such as: Basel II/III (with the directives), Solvency II, EMIR, and all those out there?
Being a (quantitative) risk manager it is hard for me to follow all of them and soemtimes speaking with customers it looks good to know the basic facts about these regulations - apart from the advantage of knowing them for oneself.
Maybe we can gather blog series as well. Then it is easier to stay up-to-date and collect the entries in appropriate software and make it searchable and so on. An example in the Basel world is this blog.
- EMIR: This is one of the best summaries of the Collateral requirements under EMIR .
- Thierry Roncalli wrote lecture notes on risk management and financial regulation. They cover many things (more or less "everything") on more than 700 pages. The lecture notes will not be updated for the next year as then a book will be published.