Chartis: Competing on Risk and Compliance: A New Path for Emerging Market Banks

The financial crisis that began in 2008 with the collapse of Lehman Brothers has led to a fundamental rethink of banking regulation. International bodies, including the G20, have sought to instigate a harmonized international regulatory response, while regional and domestic regulators have also been spurred into action. Around the world, banks will be expected to comply with fundamental reforms, including Basel 3, which are aimed at
enhancing the sector’s ability to deal with financial and

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