Banking and capital markets publications

Private Business - finance growth

In order to finance acquisitions or to overcome market downturns, family businesses always need to have sufficient financing. Alternative forms of financing help to build the financing across various pillars and ensure the business’s independence in the family’s interest.
[05-05-2015]


Precious Plastic 2015: How Britons fell back in love with borrowing

The average UK household is set to owe close to £10,000 in unsecured debt by the end of 2016, more than ever before in cash terms, according to PwC’s latest report on the Consumer Credit market, Precious Plastic: How Britons fell back in love with borrowing.
[22-03-2015]


Too big to share anymore?

Most banks use shared services to a greater or lesser degree. This will vary from utilisation of staff or technology owned by one entity to process the transactions of others through to centralised ‘one bank’ shared services.
[15-02-2015]


18th Annual Global CEO Survey - Banking and capital market snapshot

BCM CEOs are optimistic about their growth potential, yet recognise that powerful forces are shaping the industry and the threat of disruption is real.92% of BCM CEOs are confident about their growth prospects over the next three years, in line with the global CEO population.
[10-02-2015]


Anti-Money Laundering: Know Your Customer Quick Reference Guide and Global AML Resource Map

PwC have developed a Know Your Customer (‘KYC’) quick reference guide which provides quick and easy access to global AML and KYC information for over 80 different countries, to assist firms operating internationally in mitigating their risk.
[08-02-2015]


Up to speed: Putting trade and transaction reporting on a sustainable footing

How to make trade and transaction reporting more efficient.
[01-02-2015]


Up to speed: Putting trade and transaction reporting on a sustainable footing

How to make trade and transaction reporting more efficient.
[01-02-2015]


Trading flaws: Combatting trade-based money laundering

Trading flaws: Combatting trade-based money laundering
[23-12-2014]


Power your way to peak performance

How energy suppliers can turn customer complaints into competitive advantage
[14-12-2014]


ESMA consults on changes to EMIR transaction reporting rules

Following the start of the European Market and Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) transaction reporting in February, trade repositories are receiving unprecedented volumes of transaction reports.
[10-12-2014]


Maintaining the Lending Code

On 4 December 2014 the Lending Standards Board (LSB) appointed Professor Russell Griggs to conduct an independent review of the Lending Code.
[03-12-2014]


The global trend towards fee transparency/abolishing commission in favour of fees

The global trend towards fee transparency/abolishing commission in favour of fees
[22-11-2014]


Asset Management Outsourcing - Webcast

Principles to guide the industry towards practical solutions to address the key concerns raised by the FCA
[11-11-2014]


Equity in failing firms

The EBA published Draft Guidelines on the rate of conversion of debt to equity in bail-in on 11 November 2014.
[10-11-2014]


HMT leverages up FPC powers

Her Majesty's Treasury (HMT) proposed to grant the Financial Policy Committee (FPC) powers of direction over the leverage ratio on 7 November 2014 which the FPC had requested in its review of the leverage ratio. HMT has approved the request and intends to grant the FPC new powers of direction over the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
[08-11-2014]