Standard Chartered has told investors that full-year operating profit from its consumer banking unit could drop 15 percent due to difficulties in Asia
Global software and IT specialist Comarch has unveiled new research, “Banking on Tech City”, showing that while banks are getting the basics right for SMEs they are still failing to deliver the specialist services these companies need to thrive
RBS boss, Ross McEwan, has said that the major British lender's failure to invest in the necessary IT systems is the reason for the widespread computer failure that saw thousands of customers have their cards declined in store and unable to pay online
US regulators have reached an agreement to complete the Volcker Rule, a specific element of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that aims to prevent banks from making speculative investments that do not benefit their customers
The Australian Bankers’ Association has stressed that the Financial System Inquiry must focus squarely on ensuring Australia has the best banking system possible going forward
Credit Suisse has announced a new programme that will evolve the group’s legal entity structure and shield its retail operations from riskier investment banking practices, giving strength to international ring fencing arguments such as those outlined in the ‘Vickers Report’, published by a UK government-appointed commission in 2011.
Press Release - 4 December 2013
Landmark announcement for retail banker education
The International Academy of Retail Banking will today announce that its Certified International Retail Banker (CIRB) qualification has been accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute, the oldest banking institute in the world.
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