UBS continues to lead The Banker's Wealth and Asset Management Brand Ranking despite its brand losing value over the past year. The Swiss giant is also facing new challenges, with both Wells Fargo and ICBC putting in strong performances.
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Filipino banks continue to be some of the healthiest lenders in Asia. Now, record volumes in equity and debt capital markets offer a further source of growth in one of the strongest banking sectors in the region. Stefania Palma reports.
The Basel Committee has decided that banks should not be allowed to use internal models to measure capital requirements for operational risk.
The UK regulator has proposed rules that would enable a former employer to refuse deferred bonus payments or claw back the bonuses of former employees accused of misconduct or mismanagement. Gary Freer of law firm Bryan Cave looks at the hurdles these rules will have to clear.
The banking licences granted by India’s central bank to entities such as telcos, e-commerce companies and microfinance firms are shaking up one of the most traditional banking sectors in the Asia-Pacific region, threatening the dominance of the full-service public sector banks.
The contingent convertible bond, or cocos, market got off to a poor start in 2016, particularly at Deutsche Bank, and new issuance of the bonds is expected to slump. However, if investors steer clear of the asset class, will banks still be able to meet upcoming capital requirements?
UK fraud investigators have realised that banks are well placed to identify illicit financial activity and have set up a partnership with major European financial institutions to share information about money laundering and terrorist financing. But how motivated are the banks to participate?