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DBS eliminates multiple risk management products with QRM’s enterprise risk management process
Date: Dec 19, 2012QRM’s advanced functionality enables DBS to measure and steer capital, balance sheet, earnings and risks in a holistic manner.
Author: Esther Tan
Categories: Operational Risk, Operational Risk & Security, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations
Keywords: DBS, QRM, ALM, Murex, Fermat, MTM, FTP, Microsoft, Market Risk
DBS Singapore utilising enterprise risk management to create a unified picture of risk
Date: Aug 13, 2012The bank consolidated ‘silo’ risk systems to unify its risk, treasury, finance and accounting functions in order to gain a better perspective of the overall risks that it faces.
Author: Tiah Wen Li
Categories: Credit Risk, Operational Risk, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: QRM, DBS, ALM, Enterprise Risk Management, Liquidity Risk, Market Risk
Interview transcript: Dick Kovacevich, chairman emeritus of Wells Fargo, 16th April 2012, Part 2 of 4
Date: May 25, 2012In an exclusive video interview, Dick Kovacevich, chairman emeritus of Wells Fargo, discusses the diversification of risk, the secret to successful cross-selling, and implementing a superior business model.
Author: Asian Banker Editorial
Categories: Operational Risk, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Risk Management
Keywords: Wells Fargo, Dick Kovacevich, Risk Diversification, Macro-Economic Forces, Cross Selling, Retailing, Walmart, Product Origination, Customer-Centric
Dutch lender ABN AMRO pushing into Asia with three business focus
Date: Dec 15, 2011Gerrit Zalm, ABN AMRO’s chairman and former finance minister of the Netherlands, says that the government-owned bank is focusing on private banking, clearing and commodities services.
Author: Peter Hoflich
Categories: Branch Banking, Private Banking, Retail Banking
Keywords: ABN AMRO, Gerrit Zalm, Netherlands, Fortis Operations, AUM, EBA