Banks face a series of changes and challenges that could alter the world for their employees. This time next year, banks will likely be in a different universe. Per Kamperin
The ECB's Bond Warning
Ingvar Kamprad, Ikea's Swedish Billionaire Founder, Dies at 91
“One of the greatest entrepreneurs of the 20th century, Ingvar Kamprad, has peacefully passed away at his home in Smaland, Sweden, on Jan. 27," Ikea said in an emailed statement on Sunday. The founder of Ikea, as well as a bank for its customers, Ikano, “was “surrounded by his loved ones,” and died “following a short illness."
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As MiFID Nears, This Risk Officer Is Looking Forward to February
An EU overhaul that throws open the doors to banks' data comes into force in a matter of days
On January 8, banks operating in the European Union will be forced to open up their customer data to third party firms — that is, when customers give consent.
Draghi Laments to ECB at Lack of Latvia Crisis Details
The Euro Zone Needs More Risk Sharing, But Fewer Risks
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel say they want to make the common currency area more resilient and adaptable, but their two countries have traditionally disagreed over how that should be achieved.
Draghi Stays Silent as ECB Seeks Clarity on Latvia
The European Central Bank is holding off from public comment on the bribery allegations against one of its policy makers as it carries out due diligence into the accusations, euro-area officials familiar with the matter said.
Here are five charts using the ECB data that help explain the non-performing loan issue and how banks are tackling it.
FSI-IADI 8th Conference on Bank Resolution & Crisis Management (Sir Paul Tucker) Per Kamperin