Our archives on RBA
Australian banks may struggle to meet data gathering component in APRA's new reporting standards
Date: Nov 21, 2012 | Author: Esther TanAlthough APRA’s liquidity reporting guidelines are still conceptual, Australian banks are bound to be tied to more stringent reporting compliance compared to most countries.
Top level shakedown at Citigroup leaves air of uncertainty
Date: Oct 17, 2012 | Author: Timothy ShimFamously known as the $1 CEO, Vikram Pandit has left Citigroup with immediate effect, along with president and COO John Havens. Will more follow?
Banks must modernise payments processes to stay relevant
Date: Sep 10, 2012 | Author: Magessan RajThe demand for real-time payments is slowly, but surely, rising, with Singapore banks selecting Fundtech’s Global PAYplus solution to streamline their workflows, while ensuring adaptability to future changes.
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.
Hudson’s closure shows independent research firms must adapt to survive in current climate
Date: Aug 23, 2012 | Author: Magessan RajHudson Street Services’ failure highlights the strain faced by independent research firms after the financial crisis, and the need to evolve and move along with the times.
Australia: Economy strong but bank expansion uncertain
Date: Oct 03, 2011 | Author: ResearchAustralia saw 14 banks ranked in the 2011-2012 AB500 with combined assets totalling $2,706 billion and recording $22 billion in net profits, however a reduction in easy cash flow may hamper the growth of its banks.