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  • After the Panama Papers: Addressing emerging AML and KYC challenges in Asia-Pacific

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    Recent cases highlighting the overall lack of transparency in some parts of the financial industry will increase the focus on know-your-customer (KYC) initiatives in Asia-Pacific, and heighten the pressure on financial institutions to determine ultimate beneficial ownership -- that is, where control or entitlement rests -- for the assets they hold at all levels.

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    Managing NSFR by Matching Conversion Ratios

    Managing NSFR  

    Banks should consider being prudent in business expansion through an overreliance on wholesale funding. This should involve developing their own retail and small business and controlling the net funding from financial institutions. It should also include carrying out in-depth analysis to set the ASF and RSF funding ratio determinants based on a specific business scope, matching the funding items by ratios or by business line and conducting marginal analysis to manage the NSFR.

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    Regulatory Changes and Impacts Summary

    Regulatory Changes and Impacts Summary

    Wolters Kluwer Financial Services held a client conference on March 19, 2015 outlining the 2014 regulatory situation and updating regulatory trends. Following this, our experts collated the changes that formed this regulatory review and outlook.

    Banks need to study these regulatory changes, keep up-to-date with the new regulations, and adjust the processes and systems to comply with the regulatory requirements in a timely manner.

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    Greater China Anti-Money Laundering Banking Insight 2015

    China Anti Money Laundering MILSTE and Wolters Kluwer Financial Services launched their anti-money laundering (AML) survey across Greater China from late January 2015 to early March 2015. The survey was distributed to AML, legal and compliance decision makers in leading banks across Greater China -- China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

    The survey covered critical issues that banks within the region are facing including monitoring suspicious transactions, know your customer (KYC) processes and procedures, recruitment and training of AML professionals, and increasing internal and external reporting requirements, along with anti-bribery and corruption activities and actions.

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    Liquidity Cost Based on HQLA Implied Reserve

    Liquidity Cost Based on HQLA Implied ReserveResponding to the limitations of the Capital Adequacy Ratio in coping with the 2008 global financial crisis, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision proposed a new liquidity risk management framework with the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) as the essential component. The bottom line of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio is that for significant financial institutions this will increase by 10% annually from 60% at the end of 2014 to no less than 100% by the end of 2018. Some regulators also encourage banks to calculate Liquidity Cost for risk transfer pricing.

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