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AI, Research
April 18, 2024

One in five banks now prioritise integrating AI into compliance

Some banks are developing ways to ease the burden on compliance teams
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Editor's letter, Governance & Reporting, Risk Management
July 25, 2023

Editor's letter: How banks are weeding out bad apples

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation. It’s only Tuesday and risk management is already trending. Credit Suisse has been fined $388m...
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Research, Risk Management
July 24, 2023

Risk Sentiment Index: Apac CROs more confident than UK peers

The European Risk Management Council’s latest survey reveals that chief risk officers at financial institutions in Asia-Pacific have a sunnier...
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Digital Transformation, Editor's letter, Regulation & Supervision
July 18, 2023

Editor’s letter: does ChatGPT get risk management?

Welcome back to Banking Risk & Regulation.  If you’re swamped at work and searching for productivity hacks, read on.  Research...
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Analysis, Financial Stability
July 17, 2023

APAC regulators boost bank deposit insurance schemes

Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand move to beef up bank-funded deposit insurance regulations, with more Asian countries likely to...
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Monetary Authority of Singapore
CBDCs
May 2, 2023

MAS explores stablecoin regulation alongside CBDC experimentation

Singapore’s financial regulator is experimenting with a range of CBDC development projects alongside creating a regulatory approach to stablecoins, but...
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Monetary Authority of Singapore
Climate
March 30, 2023

Singapore completes third consultation on its green and transition taxonomy

The proposed framework is notable for its “measures-based approach” for industrial activities and its traffic light ratings system. Singapore’s Green...
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Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour
Climate
February 2, 2023

Hong Kong pushes ahead with boosted climate risk supervision regime

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s upgrades to its climate stress testing programme make clear its ambitions to be a leading...
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Markets
January 5, 2023

Capital markets question APRA’s clampdown on bank bond calls

On November 1, 2022, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority published an open letter to deposit-taking institutions, general insurers and life...
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Markets
December 13, 2022

CIPS could prove to be a long-term threat to US-centric financial system

China’s Cross-Border Interbank Payment System does not pose an immediate threat to the dollar, the US-centric global payment system nor...
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Crypto
November 16, 2022

Singapore paves way for ‘differentiated’ stablecoins

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has published new proposals for the regulation of stablecoin issuers and intermediaries, in a...
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