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From cyber threats to disruptive innovation, structural reforms to stress testing, banks are facing an array of challenges.

Will integrating regulatory requirements into strategy – instead of merely reacting – help banks thrive? For the fifth year running, EY has collaborated with the Financial Times to sponsor their edition of The Banker Supplement, launching at The World Economic Forum in Davos.

This special edition supplement explores the trends that will impact banks’ strategies and drive a safer and sustainable future.

EY - Three lines of defense rebuilt for cyber threat

Three lines of defense rebuilt for cyber threat

The threat of cyber attack sits outside of traditional risk governance standards.

EY - Structural reforms: past their use-by date?

Structural reforms: past their use-by date?

Will structural reforms be made obsolete by more general changes to the global banking market?

EY - Misconduct debate moves beyond regulation

Misconduct debate moves beyond regulation

Banking needs an open and innovative environment, where good conduct and good performance co-exist.

EY - Banks adjust to stress-testing as supervisory tool

Banks adjust to stress-testing as supervisory tool

Stress-testing has become a means to push banks to enhance their risk and data governance.

EY - Reinventing bits of the bank

Reinventing bits of the bank

Fintech start-ups are adept at pulling apart the banking business, neatly picking off low-hanging fruit.

EY - From regulation to results

From regulation to results

The 2015 EY-sponsored edition of The Banker covers urgent priorities, coping with fragmentation, conduct risk and the bank of the future.

 

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