What to expect in 2021 from global bank regulation ꟷ Asia-Pacific

In this webcast for Asia-Pacific time zones, panelists discuss the action plan for new and existing policies, as well as how to respond to the impact of pandemic. 

Since the last global banking regulatory outlook in January 2020, the world has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The financial services industry is considerably stronger than during the 2008 crisis, but the change management demands caused by the pandemic have tested risk management capabilities and regulatory responses.

EY panelists will discuss the immediate environment (“Now”) and a little further ahead (“Next and Beyond”) to identify likely regulatory developments across the globe and specifically those that will impact Asia-Pacific banks.

Topics discussed will include:

  • Global regulatory responses that are likely to dominate the 2021 agenda
  • Lessons learned and considerations for central banks and regulators as they respond
  • What to expect from the regulatory agenda beyond the pandemic
  • Actions for banking clients as they prepare for supervisory and policy actions related to both the immediate and future challenges


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