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The Asian Banker recently completed the Asia Pacific Banking Industry Outlook 2013 research report. This report offers a comprehensive coverage of macroeconomic issues that the region will face and analyses the implications for the banking industry in each country The Asian Banker conducted a teleconsultation briefing session to present the economic and banking industry outlook for the Asia Pacific region. The findings of this research are invaluable for decision makers in product and business development, marketing and sales, and business users in organisations who intend to build their business strategy in the Asia Pacific region.
Digital is bringing with it a new wave of activities, systems and solutions that are opening market opportunities for banks. This creates potential issues with back-end IT systems that may not necessarily be architected for the new way of doing business. Marc Mathenz, managing director for Asia Pacific at Fiserv at the disruptions and the approaches banks need to undertake.
http://nomadcapitalist.com/offshore-banking/ Singapore and Hong Kong are often recognized as two of the best and most stable banking jurisdictions in Asia, and are considered by many as offshore banking options. But which is better: banking in Singapore or banking in Hong Kong? Andrew explains why Hong Kong banks have become rather difficult, while Singapore banks are more difficult than before but still workable. The truth is, neither of these countries needs your money, so they can afford to set the rules. Some of the safest banks in the world are in Asia, and it's definitely worth considering parking some of your wealth there as a means of international diversification. ----- ABOUT NOMAD CAPITALIST Andrew Henderson travels to nearly 30 countries every year to stay up to date on the...
Citi enables FinTech progress in Asia Pacific with Citi Mobile Challenge,a groundbreaking global initiative that invites technology developers to reimagine digital banking and fuel innovation in the industry. In November 2015 teams from 15 countries presented 72 working prototypes at four Demo Days in Bengaluru,Singapore, Sydney and Hong Kong. This three-minute film recaps the tour and assesses the status of FinTech in each city. View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/citi Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citi Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/citi Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/citi Follow us on Google+: http://www.google.com/+citi
Barclays FinTech speed dating coaching session was held at their headquarter office basically aiming at exchanging information and ideas. The senior executives from FSI got to know the latest financial technology trend from startups while startups learned what are bank’s focus from industry angle so as to improve or sell their proposition.
Lisa Robins, head of global transaction banking for Asia-Pacific at Deutsche Bank, provides insight into the major trends in transaction banking in the Asia-Pacific region and how clients can best find opportunities in a changing environment.
Aug. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Wong, chief executive officer for the Asia-Pacific region for HSBC Holdings Plc, talks about the bank's financial results and business strategy. HSBC, the first British bank to report earnings for the first half, said profit rose to $9.22 billion from $6.76 billion a year earlier. Wong speaks in Hong Kong with Susan Li, Rishaad Salamat and Phillip Yin on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
Brian Caplen, editor of The Banker, talks to James King about the growth of the Asia-Pacific region's banking sector. They discuss the Bank of Japan's stimulus measures and their impact on south-east Asia, as well as the notable performance of Thailand's banks in this year's rankings.
Michael Araneta, Research Director, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific, shares his observation about the state of innovation across the region including challenges, areas of focus and unique characteristics of the markets compared to other parts of the world.
While the eurozone crisis presents challenges for the Asia-Pacific banking sector, Standard & Poor's holds the view that Asia-Pacific banks can withstand the pressure from external markets and most should be able to maintain their current ratings . In this CreditMatters TV segment, Ritesh Maheshwari, Managing Director Financial Services Ratings, discusses his views on the outlook for Asia-Pacific banks.
Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi offers AICTE approved 2 years Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) There have been many positive developments in the field of Indian banking sector in the last decade. In spite of the temporary depression in economic activity and strong recession, the banking sector has been able to emerge as one of the highly evolving and rapidly changing sectors today. The days of recruitment of probationary officers with just graduation qualification are gone. Currently the demand is with that of MBA qualification and there are lots of management institutes in India who are offering MBA in banking management. The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) – PGDM (BFS) is a two year full time progr...
http://VisibleBanking.com - Top 10 Financial Institutions on Twitter in Asia Pacific [SOCIAL MEDIA BANKING] The Visible Banking Team now tracks over 1,700 twitter accounts from financial institutions in 78 countries. More at http://VisibleBanking.com/tag/twitter. This is our APAC Top 10 as of 1st March 2012. JOIN THE CONVERSATION * Visit: http://VisibleBanking.com * Connect on twitter: http://twitter.com/Visible_Banking * Connect on facebook: http://facebook.com/VisibleBanking
http://www.essec.edu/asia | This presentation introduces students to the universe of investment banks. Designed for those who have an interest in working in investment banking, it presents the business environment, organization and job opportunities at global investment banks. It is based on ESSEC's extensive industry experience with the financial sector globally and provides a unique insight into what recruiters in investment banks are looking for. The Master Class will also be an opportunity to learn more about ESSEC Advanced Master in Financial Techniques which is ranked #2 worldwide in the latest Financial Times ranking of Masters in Finance.
Here is a quick sneak peek at the ten startups selected to participate in the FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific in 2017. The ten startups include Blocko, CoverGo, FutureFlow, KapitalWise, microUmbrella.com, Red Pulse, Sherlock Garden, Starling, Stash, and Tymbals. The selected startups will receive senior-level mentoring with Accenture and eighteen participating financial institutions including: • Bank of America Merrill Lynch • Commonwealth Bank of Australia • China CITIC Bank International • China Construction Bank (Asia) • Credit Suisse • Goldman Sachs • HSBC • JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Macquarie • Manulife • Maybank • Morgan Stanley • Nomura • Point72 • Siam Commercial Bank • Societe Generale • Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group • Sun Life Financial They will help develop and c...
McKinsey’s Vinayak HV explains what banks must focus on. Learn more: http://www.mckinsey.com/industries/financial-services/our-insights/weathering-the-storm-asia-pacific-banking-review-2016
An introduction to one of the eight startups selected to participate in the FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific in 2016. Lattice is an intellectual property (IP)-driven capital-markets Fintech company. Lattice provides front-office portfolio decision-support systems that enable return-, risk- & cost-aware portfolio investment processes with unprecedented precision and transparency. As a finalist to the FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific, Lattice will receive senior-level mentoring with Accenture and 20 participating financial institutions including • Bank of America Merrill Lynch • BNP Paribas • Commonwealth Bank of Australia • China CITIC Bank International • China Construction Bank (Asia) • Credit Suisse • Generali • Goldman Sachs • HSBC • JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Macquarie ...
Slower markets at home are spurring large Asia-Pacific banks to look abroad to boost growth. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Managing Director Ritesh Maheshwari explains the increase in cross-border bank lending in the Asia-Pacific region. He also discusses the drivers, trade-offs, and risks of this strategy, and the potential credit implications for Asia-Pacific banks.
Gordon French, head of global banking and markets Asia-Pacific at HSBC, tells The Banker's Stefanie Linhardt how China is seeking to reach its Paris agreement targets, how the demand for financing sustainable finance projects has evolved in China and where there still is the biggest scope for growth in sustainable finance in Asia-Pacific.
The Deutsche Bank Asia Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2013. Over the years, it has fostered a strong volunteering spirit among employees in the Asia Pacific region. Find out more in this video about how Deutsche Bank employees pass on their passion through volunteer work. You can also find more information on our website: https://www.db.com/asiapacific/en/content/deutsche_bank_asia_foundation_celebrates_ten_years_of_giving.html https://www.db.com/asiapacific/en/content/responsibility.html