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Risk officers concerned about regulators’ approach to branch liquidity

Central Banking | 21 Mar 2011

Some risk officers at international and domestic banks in the Asia-Pacific region are frustrated by the regulatory focus on country-by-country stress tests and a trend towards branch liquidity.

Topics: Stress tests, Financial Services Authority, Hong Kong, KPMG, Basel III

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Former Czech governor Tůma joins KPMG

Central Banking | 21 Dec 2010

Topics: Zdenek Tuma, Czech National Bank, KPMG

RBA plans to sell scandal-hit Securency

Central Banking | 23 Nov 2010

Topics: Reserve Bank of Australia, banknotes, Australia, KPMG

RBA offshoot let standards slip in bribery scandal: report

Central Banking | 30 Mar 2010

Topics: banknotes, Reserve Bank of Australia, KPMG

City regulator resigns after furore

Central Banking | 11 Feb 2009

Topics: Risk, Financial Services Authority, United Kingdom, Gordon Brown, HBOS, KPMG

Bank of England switches auditors

Central Banking | 24 Feb 2006

Topics: Bank of England, United Kingdom, Price Water House Coopers, KPMG

KPMG selected as National Bank of Bulgaria auditor

Central Banking | 07 Nov 2003

Topics: Bulgaria, KPMG

UK failing to track dirty money

Central Banking | 02 Jul 2003

Topics: United Kingdom, KPMG

China's regulators approve five foreign auditors

Central Banking | 06 Dec 2000

Topics: International, China, Ernst & Young, Price Water House Coopers, PWC, KPMG

BNB select KPMG as auditors

Central Banking | 09 Nov 2000

Topics: Bulgaria, KPMG

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