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Performance outlook and red flags for Asian banks
Date: Jul 17, 2014 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker CRO dialogue, 20th May 2014, on findings from annual submissions to the risk management awards evaluation, risk profiles of Asian banks, and implementing risk culture in emerging markets.
Foreign regulations landing on Asian soil: Case for a unified response
Date: Jul 17, 2014 | Author: Sam Ahmed
Sam Ahmed, former sales head, collateral services APAC, Citi, questions the necessity of Dodd Frank and EMIR regulations for the well-being and growth of Asian markets.
Malaysian banks enhance back end systems for regionalisation and prepare front end for digitisation
Date: Jul 16, 2014 | Author: Neeti Aggarwal
Gurdev Singh, GM, Technology Innovation Services, IT Division, Hong Leong Bank, discusses the bank’s recent IT initiatives towards digitization and improving back-end systems, and their plans on managing IT costs.
Competitive trends in technology implementation for digital optimisation and channel integration
Date: Jul 16, 2014 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker CIO luncheon dialogue, 20th May 2014, on successful IT initiatives, managing digital and mobile channel optimisation, aligning customer experience towards ‘Omni-channel’, and data and analytics trends.
China's corporate lending infrastructure needs to be upgraded to make individual banks more competitive
Date: Jul 10, 2014 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s China corporate & syndicated lending industry dialogue, discussing opportunities for differentiation and the building of better infrastructure to streamline processes and service customers in a more competitive manner.
Developments in financial crime enforcement and implications for Asia
Date: Jul 02, 2014 | Author: Jimmy Gurule
Jimmy Gurule, former US treasury undersecretary and professor, Notre Dame Law School, feels recent criminal prosecution against major banks signals a policy of shifting away from entering deferred prosecution agreements.