Our research and analysis on Regulation
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on Regulation.
“Competency has to be present at all levels”
Date: Dec 04, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
Gilbert Kohnke, chief risk officer at OCBC Bank, discusses regulatory and risk management challenges ahead, with Basel III compliance being banks’ chief concern.
Holistic customer relationship management priority for Thai transaction banks
Date: Nov 26, 2013 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Thailand Heads of Transaction Banking Dialogue 2013, on the competitive transaction banking landscape and associated challenges faced by Thai banks today.
Need for strong risk culture increasingly acknowledged by Thai banks
Date: Nov 25, 2013 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Thailand Heads of Risk Dialogue 2013, on issues shaping the current risk management environment in the country.
“Banks’ risk appetite statement should drive risk framework establishment”
Date: Nov 19, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
Hans Broekhuisen, chief risk officer at Vietnam's VPBank, discusses the paradigm shift in bank risk management over the past decade and the relevance of risk appetite to one's business strategy.
BSP’s proactive role ensures Philippine banks’ robust balance sheet and risk levels
Date: Nov 01, 2013 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Philippine Heads of Risk Dialogue 2013, on the status of risk management within the banking industry today and evolution of the domestic regulatory environment.
“Banks must respond to the needs of their constituents, not the other way around”
Date: Oct 29, 2013 | Author: Amando M. Tetangco
Amando M. Tetangco, governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, in his keynote speech at Philippine International Banking Convention 2013, feels that the socio-economic impact of developing an inclusive banking system cannot be overemphasised.
Present rules need closer re-examination, particularly those relating to MATs, to prevent SEFs from becoming enablers of high-risk swap product trades.
Willing participation key to unlocking ASEAN investment potential
Date: Oct 08, 2013 | Author: Magessan Raj
Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand took one step closer to achieving regional capital market integration by agreeing to facilitate cross-border ASEAN CIS offering.