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Asia Pacific banking industry outlook 2013
Date: Feb 19, 2013Regional economies are generally sound, with good long term prospects. While Asian banks grapple with new capital rules in the short term, they are likely to withstand long term stress to their operations.
Author: Manu Bhaskaran
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, China, Indonesia, Japan, Risk and Regulation, Rmb, Thailand
Keywords: BOJ, Federal Reserve, ASEAN, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Shadow Banking, NPL
Japan – Haven or time bomb?
Date: Dec 23, 2011Although Japan managed to recover from the March 2011 natural disasters, domestic political risks and competition coupled with volatility of the global economy will hinder the nation’s and its banking sector’s recovery.
Author: Doron Foo
Categories: Asia Pacific, Databook, Industry Outlook, Japan
Keywords: BOJ, MUFG, Mizuho, SMFG, Morgan Stanley, Vietcombank, Public Debt, Bangkok Floods, Quantitative Easing, Public Debt, Bank Loans, NPL, Total CAR
Stress testing hindered by reverse engineering
Date: Jun 21, 2011The benefits of stress testing are too easily negated by a lack of focus, poor internal structures and misguided or limited vision.
Author: Peter Hoflich
Categories: Asian Banker Summit 2011, Operational Risk, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Stress testing, HSBC, FSK UK, BoJ, Regulation