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Frontiers in Finance – March 2019

Frontiers in Finance – March 2019

This edition focuses on risk and regulation and explores the challenges and opportunities facing banks, insurers and asset managers around the world.

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Risk proofing your future

In this edition of Frontiers in Finance, we focus on risk and regulation, exploring a wide range of challenges and opportunities facing banks, insurers and asset managers around the world. We also interviewed risk management executives from Santander and AXA Global Parametrics to hear their practical insights for navigating today’s complex landscape.

Ten years have passed since the global financial crisis. The industry has seen significant change in regulation, business models and risk management approaches. Jim Liddy, KPMG's Global Financial Services Chairman, looks at whether financial institutions are now resilient enough and offer a risk management checklist for today's 21st-century enterprises.

There is no question, the business risks facing financial services executives today are daunting. New technologies, the increased focus on social responsibility, ongoing operational and geopolitical risks are radically transforming traditional business models. The ability to capitalise on the regulatory and risk landscape – better manage the risks, more effectively respond to changing regulation and uncover opportunities for competitive advantage, will be key to achieving long-term success.

 

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Contact your KPMG adviser to discuss any of the articles in this issue.

Featured articles

The banking board of the future
How can banks modernise their boards to keep up with the demands of the digital economy?
Author(s): Susan Staples, Anthony Donohoe, Matt Tottenham KPMG Australia

IFRS 17: Making the most of the extra year
Insurers now have an extra year to implement IFRS17. Naturally they want to use the time wisely. But what exactly does that entail? And is the answer the same for all?
Author(s): Ian Moyser, Briallen Cummings, David Kells KPMG Australia, Mary H Trussel KPMG AG

The future of tax: Impact on new business models
Competitive pressure, digital progress, and the ever-growing regulatory demands on organisations have driven an evolution of traditional financial services models in ways that are changing the landscape of the industry. We now see an industry where the lines are constantly blurred: the physical and digital overlaps, organisations are connected in new ways, and activity constantly transcends borders.
Author(s): Damian Ryan KPMG Australia, Robin Walduck KPMG UK, David M. Neuhaus KPMG US, Tal Kaissar KPMG Accountants B.V.

Bye-bye IBOR
Five key activities firms should consider when transitioning from IBOR to RFRs.
Author(s): Luke Gower KPMG Australia, James Lewis KPMG UK, Chris Dias KPMG US, Tom Jenkins KPMG China

Fintech regulation: Balancing risk and innovation
How should asset managers respond to regulatory uncertainties around fintech innovation?
Author(s): Ian Pollari KPMG Australia, Julie Patterson KPMG UK, Shahid Zaheer KPMG Singapore, Jim Suglia KPMG LLP (US)

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