Banking Banana Skins Survey

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Every two years, PwC sponsors the Banking Banana Skins survey conducted by the Centre of the Study of Financial Innovation. Each survey identifies potential sources of risks to banks and then ranks them by severity. Also included are industry members' views about the risks they face, the soundness of financial markets, and other pressing issues.

 

Banking Banana Skins 2014

This report describes the risk outlook for the banking industry at the turn of the year 2014 – a time when the global economy and its banking system were recovering from the financial crisis. This could be described as the first post-crisis Banking Banana Skins survey since it shows, for the first time in seven years, a decline in the level of anxiety about the condition of the banking system. The risk landscape it paints therefore reflects people’s risk preoccupations in a newly evolving world.

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Czech Banking Banana Skins 2012

Macro-economic risk, regulation and credit risk are the greatest risks facing Czech bankers, according to „Banking Banana Skins 2012“ survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) together with PwC. Petr Kříž, PwC Czech Banking & Capital Markets Leader, comments on the top ten most serious risks for the Czech banking sector.

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Banking Banana Skins 2012

For more information about the 2012 global survey, visit PwC Global Site.

 

 


The Center for the Study of Financial Innovation's (CSFI) “Banana Skins” series provides periodic snapshots of the risk landscape in the financial services sector. As well as the banking series, the CSFI conducts surveys of the risks in insurance and microfinance.