India Heads of Risk Roundtable

February 2014 – Mumbai, India

‘Calibrating risk infrastructure initiatives of Indian banks to international best practice’

  • Examining key global economic issues and how they affect Indian banks
  • Discussion on the treatment of risks inherent in the balance sheets of Indian banks today
  • Discussing Indian banks most significant issues affecting credit and compliance risk management
  • Key findings from The Asian Banker 500, the Bank Watch List, and the risk profiles of Asian banks in general.

The Asian Banker, the region’s premier provider of insightful research to the financial services industry, will be conducting a high-level briefing and dialogue with the risk management community in Indian banks in order to establish their current responses to global issues and their priorities in strengthening their respective risk profiles.

This dialogue will focus broadly on the key risk and compliance related issues facing the Indian banking industry as the government and the regulators respond tactically to global trends affecting the Indian economy. The recent announcement by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), that “Tight liquidity, deteriorating asset quality and reducing soundness are the major contributors to the decline in stability of the banking system” raise questions as to where Indian banks stand in terms of High Quality Assets and how write-off could impact their capital requirement ratios. We will also be discussing the impact of the recent massive capital swings generated by news from the US Federal Reserve and how financial institutions are preparing for the quantitative easing tapering.

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