Asia Pacific Financial Services Regulatory Outlook 2019
Trust, Technology, and Transformation
In 2019, we expect that regulators in Asia-Pacific will be keenly focused on locally implementing the final post-crisis reforms, embracing challenges to the status quo, and harnessing the dynamism of the Asia-Pacific region to transform financial services.
Global bank governance in a structurally reformed world
Too complex to manage?
Our latest report sets out the new reality for governing global banking groups in the context of structural reform and makes recommendations for where global banks should focus their energies in trying to tackle the challenges they face.
Cyber regulation in Asia Pacific
How financial institutions can craft a clear strategy in a diverse region
This report aims to shed light on regulation emerging in the cyber risk realm for financial institutions active in Asia Pacific, with a view to helping those institutions develop a strategy that meets the varying regulatory expectations.
The resolvability challenge for banks
Making banks resolvable is a key part of the global response to tackle institutions deemed ‘too-big-to-fail’. As banks and resolution authorities turn in earnest to tackling impediments to resolvability, however, the complexity and magnitude of the challenge are becoming apparent.
Asia Pacific regulatory themes for 2016
Global change, regional context
This paper outlines key regulatory themes and reforms that the Deloitte Asia Pacific Centre for Regulatory Strategy believes will impact financial services firms in the region in 2016. It explores the themes at an international/national level, and provides a view of the regulatory events expected.
Global bank booking models
Making a success of structural reform
At a time of heightened global regulatory scrutiny, global banks’ booking models are under increased pressure from the authorities. This report, launched in partnership between Deloitte’s three regulatory strategy centres – EMEA, US, and APAC – critically assesses booking models in the new regulatory and supervisory environment.