Our archives on HKMA
Cross-border OTC rules will impact liquidity in Asia
Date: Oct 29, 2013 | Author: Mobasher KazmiHoward Lee, executive director at the HKMA, delivers keynote address at ISDA conference highlighting extra-territorial impact of OTC rules.
Disintermediation in retail payments forcing banks to develop culture of digital finesse
Date: Sep 12, 2013 | Author: ResearchDeveloping a convenient payments instrument even better and more secure in product application and usage is critical for market success.
Relationship-focus advantage drives banks to integrate CRM with mobile platform
Date: Jun 10, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Customer engagement in the new digital and mobile enabled world” on key focus areas and trends in multichannel digital banking.
Hong Kong's Rmb RTGS system supports its role as global Rmb clearing and settlement platform
Date: May 10, 2013 | Author: Wendy WengHong Kong handles 84.6% of offshore Rmb trade settlements, with demand for offshore Rmb financing and investments on the rise.
Heightened regulations and changing consumer mind-set challenge retail banking growth
Date: Mar 27, 2013 | Author: ResearchRetail banks in the Middle East and Asia Pacific will need to quickly shift from being account-focused to becoming more customer-centric so as to stay ahead of the curve.
Banks must be prepared for increased regulatory demands to remain competitive
Date: Feb 06, 2013 | Author: Nicholas KohProceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Basel III and beyond - An Overview and Response to Regulatory Changes.”
New transaction signing token will cost six largest Singapore banks more than $50m
Date: Dec 20, 2012 | Author: ResearchBanks are convinced that commercial risk-reward trade-offs and customer inconvenience do not fully justify the new transaction signing token for e-banking.
Financial institutions urged to balance capital and risk management
Date: Oct 31, 2012 | Author: Esther TanWhile lauding the aim of the BCBS to strengthen capital standards for managing market risks, bankers are cautious about an overly prescriptive approach.
CFTC’s proposed OTC reform could result in additional risk and costs for markets
Date: Sep 04, 2012 | Author: Magessan RajAustralian, Hong Kong and Singaporean regulatory bodies urge the CFTC to carry out further collaborations with foreign counterparts before finalising application of US derivatives regulations overseas.