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  • Addressing the risks posed by systemically important banks: The end of too big to fail?
    2012 saw significant developments in regulation and supervision for systemically important banks. Progress was made in several key areas: drafting recovery and resolution plans; and advancing the work on capital, supervision, data, and restructuring the banking sector. There is no sign of a slowdown in 2013.
  • Retail bank pricing: Resetting customer expectations
    This point of view analyzes the results of a Deloitte customer survey on bank pricing. The report looks at customers” perceptions of banks and pricing preferences and suggests a segmentation approach.
  • Promoting stability: Insights into new recommendations for banks’ risk disclosures
    The UK FSA’s Enhanced Disclosure Task Force (EDTF) was established in May 2012 in response to concerns that banks’ risk reporting was not meeting investors’ needs. In October, the EDTF provided recommendations which aim to improve the clarity, timeliness and usefulness of information that banks provide to investors.
  • Are we headed towards branchless banking?
    Branchless Banking is a strategy of distribution channels for providing financial services. It extends the concept of the traditional bank branch through the growth and development of technology and it can also be used to complement an existing network of branches.
  • Second Global IFRS Banking Survey – Q1 2012: Global banks react to developing accounting reform
    This survey aims to raise awareness of the size and scale of the impact of the proposed changes to IFRS 9 and to help banking clients better understand the impact of the proposed rules.
  • Banking and Securities Outlook 2012: A year of resolution and revolution
    As the U.S. banking and securities industry enters 2012, it faces a number of challenges from “macro” issues that will likely influence, either directly or indirectly, how banks and securities companies will operate in the months ahead.
  • Analytics in banking: Taking a fresh look at your challenges
    Banks need more in-depth information to effectively manage risk and drive risk-adjusted performance. Leveraging business analytics may help turn data into information that can answer these questions.
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