By Jennifer Costley,
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s rules for risk reporting are extensive and apply to more financial firms than just the global, systemically important banks.
Living in Manhattan means coping with the increasing complexity of traffic rules on what were, only a few years ago, relatively simple avenues. I happen to live on Second Avenue, which first endured the removal of parking in favor of bus-only lanes, then about six months ago the addition of bike lanes, new parking zones, and turn-only lanes. While the goals may be admirable, the visible result has been a noticeable increase in honking horns, traffic jams, and pedestrian vs. biker confrontations.