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Overcoming the effects of global economic and regulatory changes
As banks seek to further their growth strategies, they must be able to cope with complexities of regulatory compliance, technology and operations as well as risk management requirements.

Apr 22, 2013 | Foo Boon Ping

While Asia continues to benefit from robust and resilient economic growth, fuelled by greater intra-regional trade and business flows, it is not immune to the effects of global economic and regulatory changes. Asian banks in particular will have to confront new capital and liquidity standards that will increase the cost of doing business. Banks which have so far enjoyed steady growth on the back of a favourable interest margin environment will have to contend with a new reality where margin compression will intensify. The need to look for new sources of growth will also accelerate. Internally,…

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Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, China, Risk and Regulation, Rmb
Keywords: Asian Banker Summit 2013, Financial Integration, Donghyun Park, ADB, Thomas Hoenig, FDIC, William Isaac
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