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Why Chinese banks may avoid repeating Japan's lost decade
Date: Apr 15, 2014   |   Author: Naoko Nemoto | Opinion
Naoko Nemoto, MD, financial institutions ratings, Standard & Poor’s, believes Chinese banks are not likely to face the crisis Japanese banks faced in the 1990s; profitability to remain high.
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Stress Liquidity Modelling : Can We Learn From Toxic Waste?
Date: Apr 11, 2014   |   Author: Jeremy Clark | Opinion
Jeremy Clark, head of asset & liability management, group market risk, OCBC, discusses the accurate half-life functions of addressing CASA profiles.
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“Competency has to be present at all levels”
Date: Dec 04, 2013   |   Author: Bertrand Pigeon | Interviews
Gilbert Kohnke, chief risk officer at OCBC Bank, discusses regulatory and risk management challenges ahead, with Basel III compliance being banks’ chief concern.
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Hang Seng Bank tops AB500 rankings; AP banks generally well capitalised
Date: Sep 13, 2013   |   Author: Wendy Weng | Research Note
Asian banking industry’s aggregate strength declined in 2013, as performance in key parameters such as profitability growth, liquidity and asset quality moderated.
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“Shadow banking is yet to destabilise China’s financial system”
Date: Aug 15, 2013   |   Author: Qiang Liao | Opinion
Qiang Liao, senior director of financial institutions ratings at S&P’s, feels that shadow banking activities are more of a symptom, than cause of emerging systemic risks to the domestic banking sector.
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Chinese banks must break existing silos to create an integrated risk management strategy
Date: Jul 17, 2013   |   Author: Research | Proceedings Report
Proceedings report from the China Banking Risk Dialogue 2013, on the importance of balance sheet management and stress testing best practices.
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RBI raises provisions on banks’ restructured loans to curb prevailing NPLs
Date: Jun 14, 2013   |   Author: Wendy Weng | Research Note
Indian banks’ non-performing loan ratio grew to 3.1% in FY 2012, posing an increased threat to bank liquidity and profitability levels.
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Bank boards must take hands-on approach to risk management framework setup
Date: Jun 04, 2013   |   Author: Frederic Bertholon-Lampiris | Opinion
Frederic Bertholon-Lampiris, director at Deloitte Singapore’s Financial Services Industry practice, feels that a robust risk appetite framework and an integrated stress testing programme are essential risk management components.



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