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Regulators in Europe and the US are still dealing with a backlog of cross-border problems in the over-the-counter derivatives market. Are these issues resolvable, and what is at stake if they are not? By Michael Watt.
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South Korea will witness the creation of its first internet bank by the end of 2015. How is this going to disrupt the banking sector, and how are conventional banks dealing with slow growth and quantitative easing? Stefania Palma reports.
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|Brian Caplen and Michael Watt discuss the problems of cross-border co-operation in derivatives market regulation, and the Bank of the Year awards in December's edition of the magazine.|
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