PwC has published numerous publications on a number of banking topics.
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|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.
|Czech Banking Banana Skins 2012
The CSFI & PwC Survey of bank risk - Czech Report
The Czech responses showed considerable anxiety about the impact of the sovereign debt crisis on a fragile economy and a banking system that is still evolving. Domestically, there is concern about a rise in bad debts, and about a sharp increase in regulatory costs.
194 kB PDF file | March 2012 | Press Release
|Basel III Briefing Paper: Revised Liquidity Coverage Ratio
This briefing paper summarises the key changes to the LCR and provides an initial assessment of the impact of these changes.
266 kB PDF file | 2013
|Basel III and beyond: Using stress testing to help answer the big strategic questions
With banks facing so many challenges today, the need for an effective stress testing process is clear. Stress testing is often seen as an unwanted distraction from running the business, which occupies many valuable – and already stretched – resources.
|The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has released the consultation on the “Fundamental Review of the Trading Book” (FRTB). This review of the trading book is likely to have far-reaching implications for trading activities.
|Basel III and beyond: The trillion dollar question- can bail-in capital bail out the banking industry?
Bail-in capital is central to the regulatory reform of banks, and can help to restore confidence in the industry. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision have announced that all non-core equity capital instruments would have to have a bail-in feature from 1 January 2013.
|Banking industry reform - a new equilibrium
Banks are responding vigorously to industry reforms, but their responses need to be framed by the way the world is changing. Otherwise, banks may run the risk of emerging from the crisis recapitalised, restructured, reformed − but irrelevant.
The Project Blue analysis draws on the perspectives of industry leaders and PwC’s network around the world. It also brings together a huge amount of research into the forces shaping the global economy, customer expectations and government policy.
|Assessing the future trends for financial services
A look at adapting to global instability and riding the waves of change in the insurance, asset management, banking and capital markets sectors.
|Up to the task: An effective finance operating model for banks
Banks’ finance teams are facing unprecedented pressure as the fallout from the financial crisis leads boards, regulators and other key stakeholders to demand more information, more quickly than ever before, with zero tolerance for errors and delays. Finance teams are also at the forefront of dealing with new capital demands and their impact on the strategy, financial management and operational make-up of the business