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Shift to new rate benchmarks still challenging despite DOJ ruling

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Finance industry faces tricky transition away from the tarnished interbank offered rates (Ibors) to alternative risk free rates.

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IsDB president stresses sukuk’s role in virus recovery

October 7, 2020

Islamic finance can help get UN’s Sustainable Development Goals back on track, says Islamic Development Bank president Bandar Hajjar.

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Central bank digital currencies: are you ready?

October 7, 2020

As central banks push ahead with digital currency experiments, financial institutions must stay abreast of developments or risk being left behind.

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Can negative rates ever be positive?

October 20, 2020

With the Bank of England considering negative interest rates, the experience in other countries where they have been tried is mixed.

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Harmonised ESG approach vital to drive progress on sustainability

October 5, 2020

There needs to be better way to identify sustainable investments, says Adam Farkas of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe.

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Western banks brace for loan loss surge

October 19, 2020

Write-offs at big banks in the UK, the US and Australia are expected to rise as government stimulus expires, according to Moody’s.

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‘Failure to enact solutions’ holding back Capital Markets Union

October 20, 2020

EU authorities urged to focus on investor outcomes as part of review into stalled progress of pan-European capital markets project.

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Khan Bank’s big digital and data push

October 7, 2020

Mongolian lender’s CIO outlines complete IT overhaul to become fully digital bank by 2023.

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Open banking UK rollout gathers pace

October 15, 2020

Government-backed initiative to allow registered third-party providers access to consumers’ financial data has two million users.

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Crédit Agricole CIB head on keeping a long-term perspective

October 9, 2020

Jacques Ripoll on maintaining the right organisational approach and product focus to deliver in the future.

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Fed plans new round of bank stress tests in response to Covid-19

October 15, 2020

Further stress tests to analyse how banks stand up against two scenarios featuring bad recessions.

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Wirecard is a wake-up call on regulatory weakness

October 5, 2020

There is no room for apathy where regulators are involved – we need an investigation into Wirecard, however embarrassing it may be.

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Bumpy times for Kyrgyzstan

October 13, 2020

The central Asian republic, and its economy, is facing a severe constitutional crisis.

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Supervisory technology is emerging as a dynamic new tool to help supervisors stay on top of systemic risks, but it also has downsides.

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