Our archives on US Fed
“Banking sector stepping up to its vital role in transforming the Philippines"
Date: Oct 28, 2013 | Author: Lorenzo TanLorenzo Tan, president, Bankers Association of the Philippines, in his keynote speech at Philippine International Banking Convention 2013, feels that despite a global slowdown the domestic economy has been both fortunate and structurally resilient.
US Fed clarifies role in supervisory stress testing process
Date: Aug 27, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Stress Testing and Capital Planning: The Federal Reserve’s Approach” on the challenges banks face in stress testing and capital planning.
Chinese banks must break existing silos to create an integrated risk management strategy
Date: Jul 17, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from the China Banking Risk Dialogue 2013, on the importance of balance sheet management and stress testing best practices.
Enhanced transparency needed to address widespread financial manipulation
Date: May 27, 2013 | Author: Magessan RajFormer World Bank senior counsel Karen Hudes blows the whistle on large-scale corruption in the global financial network, centring around US Fed
"More governance, less government" underpins effective risk management
Date: May 15, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from the Risk Games Conference 2013, held in conjunction with The Asian Banker Summit 2013 on flawed post-crisis regulatory changes.
International bank regulation: Right or wrong track?
Date: Apr 29, 2013 | Author: William IsaacWilliam “Bill” Isaac, former chairman, FDIC, in his keynote at the 14th Asian Banker Summit, spoke on smarter regulation, greater market discipline, reducing moral hazard, and ending too big to fail.