Global banking: Foresights and insights (Video II)Regulatory and growth challenges face global banks
New regulations affecting global banks and differing regional rates of economic growth will challenge bankers in the years ahead. In this latest video, professionals from EY and Wharton offer insight into the banking outlook for the Asia-Pacific region, regulatory costs to customers and talent retention.
Are markets pricing re-regulation into equity values? (Part 1 of 8): Should banks shore up balance sheets with common stock before Dodd-Frank and Basel III reduce their return on equity, or are markets pricing in this re-regulation?
Recapitalization in the Asia-Pacific region (Part 2 of 8): What worries banks in the Asia-Pacific region most about Basel III is the liquidity measures. Meantime, banks there are shifting to more medium- and long-term funding.
The impact of increased regulatory costs on customers (Part 3 of 8): Banks will have little choice but to pass on the costs of re-regulation to consumers, at least over the short run.
Regulation’s effect on existing business lines and talent retention (Part 4 of 8): Should financial services companies try to retain top proprietary trading and fund management staff now heading towards the exits in anticipation of the regulatory changes?
The Volcker Rule and regulatory arbitrage (Part 5 of 8): Each country will decide how to create a safe banking environment, and not all key markets will choose the same road, leaving some at a disadvantage.
Global banking challenges: emerging vs. developed markets (Part 6 of 8): There is a broad agreement that emerging markets will offer more opportunities than developed countries in the years immediately ahead. But which ones?
Openings within the Chinese banking market (Part 7 of 8): Watch for a growing business for financial markets from companies in China looking to fund from outside China.
How do banks rebuild trust in emerging and developed markets? (Part 8 of 8): For now the strategy will likely be to keep the image under the radar.
Regulatory and growth challenges face global banks (full video): New banking regulations and differing regional rates of economic growth will challenge bankers in the years ahead. We discuss the banking outlook for Asia Pacific, regulatory costs to customers and talent retention.
Steve Sherretta, Knowledge@Wharton editor
Ian Baggs Global Banking & Capital Markets Deputy Leader, EY
Steve Ferguson Asia-Pacific Banking & Capital Markets Leader, EY Australia
Mauro Guillén Professor of Management, The Wharton School
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