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Our research and analysis on Risk And Regulation Working Group
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Further liberalisation of interest rates the way forward for China’s economy
Date: Jun 19, 2013Not only will the interest rate reform spur economic growth, it will also provide a level playing field for banks in the country.
Author: Baron Laudermilk
"BCA retained its core competences through sound management"
Date: Jun 18, 2013Djohan Emir Setijoso, President Commissioner, Bank Central Asia, discusses his formative years as a banker, taking BCA public and diversifying the bank's business portfolio.
"The bank was given clear direction and close oversight"
Date: Jun 17, 2013Khalid Sherwani, CEO, Allied Bank Pakistan, discusses the bank’s recapitalisation and reconstruction, as well as its initiatives in recent times.
RBI raises provisions on banks’ restructured loans to curb prevailing NPLs
Date: Jun 14, 2013Indian banks’ non-performing loan ratio grew to 3.1% in FY 2012, posing an increased threat to bank liquidity and profitability levels.
Author: Wendy Weng
China's latest AML guidelines to help authorities clamp down on large organised crime rings
Date: Jun 12, 2013Michael Thomas, director at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, North Asia, feels that the country’s latest AML regulation will mean added costs for FIs, which may struggle to comply.
Author: Michael Thomas
Myanmar seeks to boost investor confidence through independent central bank launch
Date: Jun 12, 2013As part of reforms, Central Bank of Myanmar will shift its policy focus to adjusting underlying demand for and supply of bank reserves via open market operations and deposit auctions.
Author: Magessan Raj
Creditor-funded approach to resolve TBTF banks’ recapitalisation woes?
Date: Jun 06, 2013BIS’ recently proposed three-step mechanism enables a “too big to fail” bank to be recapitalised over a weekend, minus taxpayer involvement.
Author: Lalitha Sivanesan
Bank boards must take hands-on approach to risk management framework setup
Date: Jun 04, 2013Frederic Bertholon-Lampiris, director at Deloitte Singapore’s Financial Services Industry practice, feels that a robust risk appetite framework and an integrated stress testing programme are essential risk management components.
Author: Frederic Bertholon-Lampiris