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Banks must be prepared for increased regulatory demands to remain competitive
Date: Feb 06, 2013Proceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Basel III and beyond - An Overview and Response to Regulatory Changes.”
Author: Nicholas Koh
Categories: Basel III, Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: DBS, BCBS, FSB, HKMA, FSA, LCR, NSFR, Risk Weighted Assets, Counterparty Risk, Dodd-Frank Act
Are G-SIFIs really practical?
Date: May 24, 2012Regulators’ ultimate aim is for banks to manage their businesses appropriately, implement sensible risk management, and have sustainable business models.
Author: Tiah Wen Li
Categories: Asian Banker Summit 2012, Capital & Strategic Issues, Operational Risk, Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: G-SIFI, D-SIFI, FSA UK, IMF, BIS, FSB, Christian Hunt, Andrew Kerr, AmBank, Systemic Risk
How important is globally systemically important?
Date: Dec 13, 2011David Millar, former COO of PRMIA, feels that the creation of G-SIFIs will have a greater impact than just extra capital buffer and new reporting requirements.
Author: David Millar
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: G-SIFI, FSB, BCBS, Cross Jurisdictional Activity, Interconnectedness, Substitutability, Bank of China, Systemic Risk
What is Asia’s risk management number?
Date: Nov 10, 2011Nicholas de Boursac, CEO of the Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) feels the FSB and G20 will advise members to implement a universal Legal Entity Identifier by end 2012.
Author: Nicholas de Boursac
Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management, Remuneration, Risk & Performance, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Nicholas de Boursac, ASIFMA, Legal Entity Identifier, FSB, G20, IOCSO, Compiling Data, HKMA