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Issue 115: Off the mark
Issue 115: Off the mark
Publication Date: Mar 23, 2013
Categories: Capital, Stress Testing and Strategic Issues, Mobile Banking, Retail Banking, Risk and Regulation, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking, Wealth Management
Keywords: DBS, Julius Baer, Capgemini, Kookmin Bank, Terry Leahy, Tesco, OCBC, Richard Braddock, Citicorp, FATCA, Wan-Li Hsieh, E.Sun Bank, Shiu Kuang-Si, Mega International Commercial Bank

Regulators have been pressing the industry for change and to adopt a more strategic and coordinated risk management framework, but many banks still hold to a traditional approach which is highly compartmentalised and fragmented.



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Introduction

Issue 115 highlights the state of risk management in Asia’s banking and financial institution industry, which leaves much to be desired. The Risk Management Special Report looks at the best practices and achievements of five banks and delves into the challenges faced in implementing their risk management solutions as well as the benefits they were able to gain as a result.

The case studies featured show that senior management commitment to the development of an integrated risk-an-return-oriented view of the business can not only helped result in greater transparency as well as control over processes, but is also essential in driving internal change and integrating functions, systems and processes.

On the topic of change and leadership, this issue features the insights of former Citicorp president and COO, Richard Braddock, as well as former president of Tesco, Terry Leahy. Also, Shiu Kuang-Si, president of Mega International Commercial Bank, discusses consolidation in the Taiwanese banking sector.

Contents

Issue 115:

  • Global banks re-align their business focus and relook expansion plans
  • Finding better insight to wealth management issues
  • Risk Management Special Report o ADCB attains risk resilience
    o Bank Mandiri demonstrates exceptional liquidity risk management
    o CIMB standardized loan decisioning and credit scoring system
    o DBS implements enterprise risk management process
    o OCBC implements automated end-to-end systems
  • Banks need to employ a measured and cost-effective approach to FATCA compliance
  • Asia’s strongest banks in terms of business growth and profitability
  • Mega International Commercial Bank eyes overseas opportunities
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