Our research and analysis on Risk And Regulation Working Group
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Getting enterprises and customers on the same planet
Date: Apr 15, 2014 | Author: Satish Menon
Satish Menon, former global head of digital strategy, ANZ, discusses bridging the link between customer and bank.
Why Chinese banks may avoid repeating Japan's lost decade
Date: Apr 15, 2014 | Author: Naoko Nemoto
Naoko Nemoto, MD, financial institutions ratings, Standard & Poor’s, believes Chinese banks are not likely to face the crisis Japanese banks faced in the 1990s; profitability to remain high.
Stress Liquidity Modelling : Can We Learn From Toxic Waste?
Date: Apr 11, 2014 | Author: Jeremy Clark
Jeremy Clark, head of asset & liability management, group market risk, OCBC, discusses the accurate half-life functions of addressing CASA profiles.
VIDEO: “It's not enough to ensure that each individual bank is sound”
Date: Apr 10, 2014 | Author: The Banking Conversation
Sir Paul Tucker, former deputy governor, Bank of England, discusses soundness of the banking system, focus of central banks, and impact of financial markets.
Interview transcript: Sir Paul Tucker, former deputy governor, Bank of England
Date: Mar 31, 2014 | Author: Sir Paul Tucker
Sir Paul Tucker, former deputy governor, Bank of England, talks about integrating the financial and real economies, measuring capital flows, and economic stability.
Banks reach turning point; face potential asset quality deterioration
Date: Feb 28, 2014 | Author: Research
Asian markets that have been buoyed by easy liquidity over the past few years have now to re-orientate to a world where the “music” of cheap money has virtually stopped.
High chance of financial crisis in China, says Credit Agricole senior economist
Date: Feb 26, 2014 | Author: Dariusz Kowalczyk
Dariusz Kowalczyk, senior economist/strategist at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, feels that an imminent financial crisis in China is probable, with stress signs in WMPs and trust loans particularly evident.