Our archives on Infrastructure
Regulatory restrictions and use of legacy systems impede HK banks’ customer centricity efforts
Date: Dec 06, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Hong Kong Heads of Retail Banking Dialogue 2013, on issues shaping the current retail banking landscape in the city.
Cross-functional teams beneficial in bridging the chasm between risk and finance
Date: Dec 05, 2012 | Author: Levina LimProceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Can Asian Banks Lead the Way in Integration of Risk and Finance?" on challenges faced by Asian banks in aligning the risk and finance function.
OCBC Securities reveals IT resiliency gap with recent two hour outage
Date: Feb 02, 2012 | Author: Aldo JosonHosting facility’s power disruption leaves customers and brokers in the dark.
Covered bonds growth outlook for banks in the Asia Pacific region remains bleak
Date: Jan 06, 2012 | Author: Doron FooLacking the financial maturity or need for developed markets in the Asia Pacific region, covered bonds are not likely to see significant growth in the near future.
Building strengths and weathering uncertainties with infrastructure development
Date: Dec 12, 2011 | Author: David MillerDavid Miller, former mayor of Toronto, feels that infrastructure is vital to enhance a city’s reputation, ensure employment and keep its economy humming.
Spurring innovation and managing IT investments in a time of uncertainty
Date: Nov 22, 2011 | Author: Aldo JosonDespite shrinking or frozen budgets, CIOs are seeking new ways and revisiting old strategies to improve efficiency.
SWIFT push into infrastructure gaining traction in corporate actions
Date: Nov 15, 2011 | Author: Peter HoflichDemand for better information distribution coming from custodians, regulators, and exchanges, which want to boost investor confidence.
Interview transcript: David Miller, two term Mayor of Toronto from 2003 to 2010, September 22nd 2011
Date: Nov 02, 2011 | Author: EditorialDavid Miller, two-term mayor of Toronto, on infrastructure funding through debt, how the city survived the recent financial crisis, and using consumption tax to manage city budgets.