Mastering the New Regulatory Landscape

Nearly a decade on from the global financial crisis, the banking industry is stepping back to consider the commercial implications of the new regulatory environment and adapting business models to ensure they are fit for the future. How can you take advantage of the new regulatory reform agenda and use it to change the way you run your business and achieve competitive advantage?

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Culture and behaviours

Every business has a culture, whether it’s actively shaped or not. The right culture can promote innovation, productivity and customer and employee engagement. Yet cultures can also drift down the wrong path. Many banks are making determined efforts to change culture and behaviour with varying levels of success.

In this video Mark Dawson discusses the current state of culture in global banking, the key culture challenges that banks face and approaches they can take to overcome them.

Making banks more resilient

Global banks are making strong progress on the resilience of their institutions in recent years. Access to liquidity and capital levels are higher, funding is more stable and risk management is improving, but is there more to do?

In this video Nick Forrest discusses the current state of global banking resilience, the key challenges that banks face and approaches they can take to overcome them.

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Operating models and infrastructure

Operating models and infrastrucucture in global banking has been grately influenced in the post-criss world that with greater capital requirements and margins being squeesed. In this environment what options do institutions have to remain competetive.

In this video Steve Webb discusses the current state of operating models and infrastructure in global banking, the key challenges that banks face and approaches they can take to overcome them.

A Practitioner's  Guide to Banking Regulation

A Practitioner’s Guide to Banking Regulation covers all aspects of regulation affecting the banking industry, focusing on the changes that have taken place since the financial crisis and how to build them into the business.

Main features

  • Provides a comprehensive, accessible assessment for those looking for actionable and tested advice
  • Includes case studies, examples and perspectives on competitive implications and opportunities
  • Offers guidance on the implications for bank supervision, capital liquidity, stress testing and risk management
  • Covers the proposed Basel reforms to risk-weighted assets
  • Discusses technology and infrastructure, including resolution, restructuring, central clearing, and the impact of reform and unintended consequences
  • Concludes with strategic considerations and a Brexit afterword.

Guidance on the implications for bank supervision, capital liquidity, stress testing and risk management The proposed Basel reforms to risk-weighted assets are covered, as is guidance on how to change governance, culture, conduct and remuneration.

A Practitioner’s Guide to Banking Regulation also covers technology and infrastructure, including resolution, restructuring, central clearing, and the overall impact of reform and unintended consequences. The book concludes with strategic considerations and a Brexit afterword.

To purchase a copy of the book visit sweetandmaxwell.co.uk

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