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    The MAS 610 overhaul: Short term pain for long term gain?
    (Published July 5, 2017) The MAS 610 overhaul proposals, after the initial round of consultation, go well beyond mere tweaks. Read this short commentary to explore what these changes will likely mean for Singapore banks.
    APRA’s Economic and Financial Statistics Form Review: Shoring up data quality to meet new regulatory demands
    Published April 26, 2017) Exploring few specific ‘pressure points’ that the evolving data requirements are likely to create.
    When You Have to Be Right, Right Now
    (Published April 11, 2017) In-Memory Compute Grids (IMCGs) allow banks to process data faster and more accurately, too.
    APRA’s Economic and Financial Statistics Form Review: Planning for parallel runs, and the future
    (Published March 21 2017) APRA has proposed two ‘parallel runs’. Assuming APRA sticks to the proposed timelines, our expert suggests a few options for tackling implementation and parallel run.
    The Year Ahead: Some thoughts on IFRS and other Regulatory Challenges
    (Published January 23, 2017) The pace of regulatory change shows no sign of abating in 2017. Taking an integrated approach and exploring RegTech solutions may offer some relief, but a thorough understanding of the problem is required before you can solve it. So what are the regulatory changes that firms need to explore and what will be the impact?
    APRA’s EFS Form Review Consultation: First stage of a long road
    (Published January 18, 2017) APRA’s EFS Review consultation represents a significant change to the regulatory reporting regime and will have a dramatic impact on all Australian ADIs. This commentary by Wolters Kluwer’s experts recommends that ADIs make full use of this consultation process.
    LCR In, FALAR Out as Australia’s NSFR Framework Takes Shape
    (Published January 16, 2017) As the development of an implementation framework for the NSFR in Australia continues, this short commentary expects the impact on the local financial sector to be significant, not only in terms of the additional financial and human resources required to meet mounting reporting obligations, but also in terms of competitiveness.
    NSFR Implementation in Hong Kong: Practice Makes Perfect
    (Published January 9, 2017) As HKMA studies the ability of smaller category 2 banks to adhere to MNSFR (essentially NSFR lite), this short commentary considers mapping NSFR and MNSFR reporting outputs onto LCR and LMR requirements, the additional challenges and complexities that may arise, and some next steps for banks.
    Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water… Revisions of CRD IV and CRR
    (Published December 8, 2016) Just three years after CRD IV and CRR were finalized, the EU’s banking sector now faces a revised Capital Requirements Directive and Capital Requirements Regulation, CRD V and CRR II. In a 500+ page package these revisions to CRD IV and CRR are likely to stretch significant regulatory change into the next decade.
    The New Basel IRRBB: Regulatory and Internal Consequences
    (Published November 3, 2016) Last April the Basel Committee issued its new standard on the interest rate risk in the banking book presenting a new standardized framework. This commentary looks at some aspects of the standardized framework, how it could be implemented in Europe and its interest for the bank governing bodies.
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