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Indonesian transaction banks intent on improving host-to-host connectivity in 2013
Date: Dec 18, 2012Proceedings report from The Asian Banker Breakfast Roundtable Dialogue in Jakarta on key competitive factors and IT investment focus for Indonesian transaction banks.
Author: Levina Lim
Categories: Cash, Treasury & Trade, Indonesia, Operational Risk & Security, Payments, Technology & Operations, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: MIS, STP, Value-Added Connectivity, Delivery Mechanisms
Economic slowdown in China prompts rate cuts and increased SME funding
Date: Jul 16, 2012Beijing has made two rate cuts in lending over the last month to boost economic growth, but this is not enough to stimulate the economy.
Author: Baron Laudermilk
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, China, Government Finance, SME Banking, Capital Markets
Keywords: PBoC, Patrick Chovanec, The Export-Import Bank of China, Wang Jianye, DBS, Chris Leung, Alicia Garcia, BBVA, IMF, Lending Rates
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