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ANZ regional strategy centres on four core aspects of focus
Date: Apr 05, 2013Sanjoy Sen, ANZ head of consumer banking for the Asia Pacific region discusses the strategy that underpins ANZ’s retail franchise.
Author: Foo Boon Ping
Categories: Channels, Core Banking, Customer Centricity, Deposits and Liabilities, Retail Banking, Technology & Operations, Wealth Management
Keywords: ANZ, Sanjoy Sen, RBS, ING, Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, Bank of Tianjin, Panin Bank, Ambank
ADCB attains balance between efficiency and growth by enhancing risk resilience
Date: Dec 11, 2012Financial performance in credit ratios indicate strong credit risk management brought about by effective credit and collections within ADCB, one of the most efficient in the UAE.
Author: Esther Tan
Categories: Credit Risk, Operational Risk & Security, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations, UAE
Keywords: ADCB, RBS, Central Bank of UAE, Flexcube, FICO
SIBOS 2012 emphasises community theme
Date: Nov 09, 2012Bankers from around the world gather to discuss the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow at SIBOS 2012.
Author: Foo Boon Ping
Categories: Innovation, Operational Risk & Security, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: SIBOS 2012, SWIFT, RBS, JPMorgan, Kasikornbank, Deutsche Bank, ANZ, TS2, Omgeo, DTCC, SAP, Misys, SunGard, Fiserv, Logica
Is the Libor scandal a result of regulatory oversight?
Date: Jul 25, 2012According to the financial disclosure requirements framework, the market is responsible for the monitoring and controlling of regulators to prevent regulatory oversight such as the recent Libor scandal.
Author: Tiah Wen Li
Categories: Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Libor, Bank of England, Paul Tucker, RBS, UBS, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Societe Generale, Credit Agricole, Bob Diamond
Barclays and LIBOR – is operational risk management relevant?
Date: Jul 02, 2012David Millar, risk consultant, trainer and former COO at global risk management association, PRMIA, discusses the Barclays-LIBOR rigging case, the bank’s survival chances, and whether ORM could have impacted the case.
Author: David Millar
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, Operational Risk Management, Regulation, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Barclays, LIBOR, British Bankers’ Association, BCBS, Basel III, RBS, UBS, Citibank, Bank of America
The Asian Banker Summit 2012: Trust as a pillar of the industry
Date: May 16, 2012The 2012 Asian Banker Summit in CentralWorld Bangkok witnessed leaders of financial institutions globally engaging in stimulating discussions on central issues faced in financial services today.
Author: Levina Lim
Categories: Asian Banker Summit 2012, Innovation, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Rmb, Technology & Operations
Keywords: Dick Kovacevich, Wells Fargo, Prasarn Trairatvorakul, Bank of Thailand, Chartsiri Sophonpanich, Thai Bankers' Association, Paul Jameson, CISCO, Liu Ming Kang, CBRC, Colin Lawrence, FSA UK, Fang Du, RBS, Li Shu Pui, HKMA, Gil Gadot, Fundtech, SWIFT
Barclays quits India retail to focus on wealth management and investment banking
Date: Dec 09, 2011British lender exits India consumer lending and scales back retail globally with an aim to streamline operations and focus on strengths.
Author: Timothy Shim
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, Consumer Credit, India, Indonesia, Retail Banking, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Barclays, RBI, RBS
Massive bank layoffs signal risk and opportunity for outsourcing
Date: Dec 02, 2011Banks will have to address the issue of service level deterioration and regulatory concerns as they move to low-cost centres.
Author: Aldo Joson
Categories: Operational Risk & Security, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations
Keywords: BAML, HSBC, UBS, Barclays, RBS, Credit Suisse, BNY Mellon, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Outsourcing, Streamlining
Moody’s downgrades 12 UK financial institutions highlighting weakening systemic support
Date: Oct 10, 2011Moody’s announced rating downgrades for 12 financial institutions in the UK, reflecting growing uncertainties over the government’s willingness to prop up failing banks.
Author: Wong Wei Han
Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues, Results & Ratings, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Lloyds TSB, Satander UK, Cooperative Bank, RBS, Nationwide Building Society, Moody's, UK