In this NextWave Banking in Asia-Pacific podcast episode, speakers explore how banks can build and maintain trust with their customers and stakeholders in the face of emerging risks and uncertainties.
In response to the need of moving toward sustainable banking, global banks have committed to bringing down emissions to net zero by 2050.
From geopolitical tensions to macroeconomic uncertainty, the banking industry is facing numerous challenges in the fast-changing external environment.
With the increased volatility and interconnected risks brought on by recent events and macroeconomic uncertainty, Chief Risk Officers are facing one of the most difficult jobs in the banking C-suite. The role of CROs is more important than ever before as they respond to complex and overlapping risks in the banking industry.
Hear from Ryan Zanin, Chief Risk Officer at Westpac and Doug Nixon, EY Oceania Banking and Capital Markets Leader, with Clare Sporle, Partner, Financial Services, Ernst & Young, who is based in Sydney, Australia.
- Seek to prioritize the biggest risks facing the Asia-Pacific banking industry today as well as how banks can continue to build and maintain trust with their customers and stakeholders in the face of emerging risks and uncertainties.
- Deep-dive into the use of digitalization and technology for risk management, in addition to the importance of viewing talent as critical to future success in this function.
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Duration 25m 25s
In this seriesSeries overview
Episode 4 (Part 1)
EY Oceania FinTech Leader, EY Asia-Pacific Payments Leader, EY Oceania Financial Services NextWave Innovation Leader; Partner, Financial Services Consulting, Ernst & Young