Our archives on G-SIFI
South Korean banks will need to boost risk tolerance levels to comply with Basel III rules
Date: Jan 18, 2013 | Author: Baron LaudermilkProceedings report from The Asian Banker’s "The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2012" on South Korean banks' exposure to international funding and the domestic OTC derivatives market.
Banks must re-examine their risk appetites in light of global regulatory shifts
Date: Jan 08, 2013 | Author: Ronald GouldRonald Gould, former senior advisor to FSA UK, feels that banks now face a far more complex operational environment where the costs of getting it wrong have risen dramatically.
Interview transcript: Koichi Miyata, President and CEO, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Part 1
Date: Aug 30, 2012 | Author: EditorialKoichi Miyata, President and CEO of SMFG discusses the five main goals of SMFG, managing the group’s treasury functions, and the three major differences separating SMFG from western financial institutions.
The Risk & Regulation Conference: Asia’s most important gathering of best practice leaders
Date: Mar 20, 2012 | Author: Tiah Wen LiAsia’s premier conference, designed to give regulators and practitioners a broader understanding of the different responses to regulatory and market risk challenges.
Could SIFIs have totally the wrong effect?
Date: Mar 02, 2012 | Author: David MillarDavid Millar, risk consultant and trainer and former COO at global risk management association, PRMIA, looks at the impact of local SIFIs in Asia and questions whether the designation is achieving what was hoped for.
Big banks need culture more than capital to prevent potential collapse
Date: Jan 04, 2012 | Author: Peter HoflichOne of the prescriptions of the FSB’s G-SIFI definition is to recommend more capital, but regulators like the FSA want a more holistic approach.