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Opinion
Asian banks embracing gamification in social media and Internet banking
Date: Feb 26, 2013   |   Author: Levina Lim
Financial institutions have been toying with gamification techniques for the last ten years. Is Asia ready to take the leap?
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Research Note
Africa’s rapid growth offers banks opportunities in both transaction and retail banking
Date: Nov 06, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Emergence of “megacities” across Africa and rapid growth within the continent expected to bring about myriad of opportunities for banks in trade finance and mobile banking.
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News Analysis
Knight Capital fiasco underlines need for greater safeguards
Date: Aug 07, 2012   |   Author: Magessan Raj
As the SEC examines Knight Capital Group’s devastating trading glitch, firms would do well to implement proper risk management measures to reduce the chance of technology errors.
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Research Note
With 8.1% YoY continual asset growth in Q2 2012, are Asian banks in danger of becoming “too big to fail”?
Date: Aug 03, 2012   |   Author: Doron Foo
Despite Asian banks' aggressive expansion in regions of high growth, conflicts of interest between commercial and investment banking arms could spell disaster in the long run.
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Research Note
Mobile analytics adoption on the rise but remain hampered in developing countries
Date: Jul 25, 2012   |   Author: Levina Lim
Banks, financial technology vendors and telcos are realising the potential of the mobile channel, as developments in the mobile banking scene intensify.
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Opinion
Is the Libor scandal a result of regulatory oversight?
Date: Jul 25, 2012   |   Author: Tiah Wen Li
According to the financial disclosure requirements framework, the market is responsible for the monitoring and controlling of regulators to prevent regulatory oversight such as the recent Libor scandal.
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Opinion
Implementation of Basel III to result in heightened costs for corporates relying on bank funding
Date: Jul 06, 2012   |   Author: Bob Lyddon
Bob Lyddon, managing director of the IBOS Association, observes that the Basel III capital adequacy rules will ultimately raise banks’ business costs, and advises corporates to reassess their bank funding approaches.
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Opinion
Barclays and LIBOR – is operational risk management relevant?
Date: Jul 02, 2012   |   Author: David Millar
David Millar, risk consultant, trainer and former COO at global risk management association, PRMIA, discusses the Barclays-LIBOR rigging case, the bank’s survival chances, and whether ORM could have impacted the case.
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News Analysis
Barclays quits India retail to focus on wealth management and investment banking
Date: Dec 09, 2011   |   Author: Timothy Shim
British lender exits India consumer lending and scales back retail globally with an aim to streamline operations and focus on strengths.


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