Our research and analysis on Survey
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on Survey.
Transaction bankers remain bullish about prospects in Asia
Date: Oct 03, 2013 | Author: Research
Despite ongoing uncertainty and volatility in the region’s financial sector, transaction bankers are optimistic about trade in the region in the face of a US recovery and anticipated volume growth.
Transaction banks must take a more advisory approach to increase revenue opportunity
Date: Jul 29, 2013 | Author: Research
The Asian Banker Annual Transaction Banking survey found banks delivering highly customised and integrated solutions as corporates increasingly seek better visibility of their working capital.
Asian banks keen on pursuing analytics-driven marketing initiatives across channels
Date: May 08, 2013 | Author: Levina Lim
Tapping into high-performance analytics and sentiment analysis the next frontier for banks ready to take the leap.
Can the financial community in Asia rise to the challenges of regional integration?
Date: Apr 26, 2013 | Author: Foo Boon Ping
Recent market and regulatory changes in the banking industry have accentuated the need for bankers to seize opportunities and weather challenges.
Have recent financial crises exacerbated the natural conservatism of Asian banks?
Date: Jan 08, 2013 | Author: Foo Boon Ping
Most banks have yet to embrace the necessary cultural and mind-set changes required to transform their respective risk management framework.
Harsh Basel III capital requirements stifling South Korean banks’ growth
Date: Dec 13, 2012 | Author: Baron Laudermilk
South Korean banks seek to further optimise their portfolios in the face of rising NPL ratios and tough Basel III capital requirements.
To stay ahead of the competition, banks will need to further differentiate and focus on payment accuracy, real-time payment advice and treatment of cancellations and recalls for currency clearing.
US corporates losing out on renminbi transactions
Date: Jul 24, 2012 | Author: Baron Laudermilk
Survey on the use of renminbi by businesses worldwide finds that US corporates are not capitalizing on the benefits of conducting payments and trades in renminbi.