New paper highlights the impact of incoming securities finance trade reporting obligations on the industry including collateral supply, liquidity and operations.
Sri Lanka's “weak economic environment” and regulatory reforms may impact banks’ operating environment and credit profiles, says ratings agency Fitch.
In a report by Fitch unit BMI Research, large banks in the Philippines may need to increase deposit taking and reduce long-term loans as a result of increased funding costs brought on by the new NSFR framework.
Report by Quinlan & Associates suggests potential for digital transformation to deliver 10-15% boost in top-line revenues and 30% reduction in operating costs, with tail clients a key opportunity.
Chinese banks are returning to conventional lending and away from shadow banking activities according to banking statistics released by Chinese regulators, says Moody’s Investors Services.
Extreme risk scenario threatening financial stability characterised by increases in attack frequency and interdependence, or occurrence of large magnitude events.
DTCC Chief Security Officer Stephen Scharf says traditional focus on preventative measure at individual firm level are no longer enough; closer collaboration is needed to develop collective response and recovery plans.
The adoption of Singapore’s equivalent of IFRS 9 will be neutral for bank capitalisation, but changing risk and macroeconomic conditions could lead to varying levels of provisioning, says Moody's.
Whether it is geopolitical tensions in North Asia, the UK’s exit from the European Union or new U.S. trade policies, globalisation would appear to many to be in retreat in many regions of the world -- but this is not...
Regulation Asia sat down with Sagar Sarbhai, Head of Government and Regulatory Relations for APAC and the Middle East at Ripple, to discuss the company’s business proposition and the regulatory challenges it faces across the region.