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Can the financial community in Asia rise to the challenges of regional integration?
Recent market and regulatory changes in the banking industry have accentuated the need for bankers to seize opportunities and weather challenges.

Apr 26, 2013 | Foo Boon Ping

Never in the history of modern banking and finance has there been so much flux at so many levels—financial regulatory reforms, market structure reorientation and infrastructure integration, technological innovation as well as a fundamental shift in socio-economic-political centres of gravity from west to east. There is increasing need for the banking and financial services industry to come together as a community to face the challenges and opportunities that the myriad of recent changes have brought. The financial community in Asia has demonstrated, through various crises, in the 1990s…

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Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, China, Data & Analytics, Data Management, FSI Customer Relationship Management , Innovation, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations
Keywords: Asian Banker Summit 2013, ASEAN, Deutsche Bank, Kasikornbank, OCBC, Bank of Queensland, Big Data, BoC, DBS, UBS, ANZ
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