In the year ahead, banks will have to focus on seamless data integration and regtech adoption to cope with increasingly complex regulatory reporting requirements, says Wolters Kluwer’s Wouter Delbaere.
A new central bank policy document outlines recommendations for financial institutions developing and publishing Open Data APIs.
The Philippine banking system “remained robust and continued to exhibit strong capital position and sustained growth in core earnings”, says BSP deputy governor Chuchi Fonacier.
Thailand’s central bank is concerned about underpricing of risk on corporate loans given “growing uncertainties” in domestic and international markets.
The second round of public consultation is open until 15 January, after stakeholders asked for more time to study the draft rules.
Malaysia's central bank has raised expectations on the board and senior management to ensure effective oversight and governance of outsourcing arrangements.
Over half of SWIFT's cross border traffic now goes through as gpi payments, with full adoption by its 10,000 member banks expected by end-2020.
Malaysian prosecutors have filed criminal charges against three Goldman subsidiaries and two former employees, seeking fines in the billions of dollars and jail terms of up to 10 years.
Using software from Equifax, the new credit bureau will enable lenders to use credit histories to calculate bad debt risk and potentially lower the need for collateral.
The CCyB will initially be set at 0% but is subject to upward adjustment – up to a maximum of 2.5% – when warranted by systemic conditions.
Loading more posts...
Sorry, no more posts
No more pages to load