Banking Banana Skins 2014 — The Canadian Results

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Banking Banana Skins is a unique report that provides insight into the changing risk factors facing the global banking industry, as seen by a wide range of bankers, banking regulators and close observers of the banking scene around the world. It is produced by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) in association with PwC. It includes insights from over 650 responses from 59 countries. In Canada this year, there were 45 respondents: 28 bankers, 11 observers and 6 risk managers.

We’ve explored the Canadian responses and studied them against the global averages. Interestingly, Canadian banking executives felt the most prepared to deal with these risks compared to their global counterparts — a testament to the relative strength of the Canadian banks.

Previous editions

Banking Banana Skins 2012 (137 KB)
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Banking Banana Skins 2010 (67.5 KB)
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