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    FATF evaluation underlines AML and CTF urgency for Chinese banks
    (Published June 14, 2018) This commentary gives an outline of what Chinese banks can expect for the impending AML / CTF evaluation by the FATF and recommended key steps to developing AML / CTF controls capable of withstanding FATF scrutiny.
    IFRS 16 Leases: A fresh challenge with a familiar solution
    (Published June 5, 2018) There is much in common between IFRS 16 and IFRS 9, as well as the plethora of frameworks derived from the risk management guidelines set by the BASEL Committee. This commentary explains the relationships of the new standard with those of other supervisory frameworks and how a financial institution can take advantage of an existing solution to approach the new IFRS 16 Lease standard.
    CECL Results - Difficult to Communicate and Easy to Misunderstand
    (Published May 22, 2018) As you work through the implementation of CECL, think about the preparation and communication required to ensure all stakeholders, both internal and external, are on board and anticipate how they may challenge the business effects of your implementation decisions.
    Regulators to the rescue? MAS and the drive to ease the data reporting burden
    (Published May 22, 2018) After years of piling new requirements on banks, regulators appear increasingly keen to help financial institutions resolve the issues that have arisen with rising reporting obligations.
    FRTB: Viewing Market Risk in a New Light
    (Published May 2, 2018) FRTB will require not only estimating wide-ranging market-related risks in great depth and detail, but also will require sophisticated modeling and forecasting tools, strong data management, and reliable financial analysis. Read our new commentary to explore the many challenges, their impact on banks, and pros and cons of some of the approaches.
    APRA’s Economic and Financial Statistics Reform: A user’s guide to readiness
    (Published March 14, 2018) This first commentary of the series explores considerations for getting APRA EFS started, including establishing timeline and building project team.
    Taming data duplication to support business transformation
    (Published March 13, 2018) Granular data requirements for regulations like CECL are here to stay. However, there is hope! Learn why and how you can transform disparate data marts and current processes eliminating the need to reinvent the wheel every time a new regulation comes out!
    AnaCredit: Turning compliance into opportunity
    (Published February 1, 2018) This commentary discusses the practical considerations for quickly assessing the quality of the large amounts of granular data that need to be submitted to the regulator as part of AnaCredit and how it can be used to turn your project from cost into a benefit.
    Operational risk: Increasing efficiency and adding value
    (Published January 22, 2018) In recent years operational risk has grown as a discipline and is now viewed as an integral aspect of any risk management department.
    MAS 610: Can banks learn to swim upstream?
    (Published January 22, 2018) The final revisions to the MAS’s 610 reporting form is set to take place in the first quarter of 2018. How prepared are banks for the change, and are they ready for any pain points that may emerge?
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