Analysis, Operational Resilience

Banks form ‘contingency units’ ahead of possible China-Taiwan conflict

By Natasha Teja
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Banks are stepping up their scenario risk-planning should China act on threats to invade Taiwan. 

Growing tensions in the Taiwan Strait and G7 governments’ rapid response over sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have prompted banks to form specific divisions to deal with any fallout.

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