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The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword - Views ( 794 )

The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword

Welcome to the The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword Blog Last modified 2017-10-08

The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword

The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword

The 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation? Whitepaper | Foreword, Last Modified, 2017-10-08

The UK Government has introduced the biggest reforms to the banking sector in a generation to make banks more resilient to shocks, easier to fix when they get into difficulties, and to reduce the severity of future financial crises. The reforms aim in particular to reduce the impact on retail customers and the need for taxpayer bailouts when banks make losses. Implementing the changes will require banks to make substantial and transformative adjustments to their strategies, operations and governance structures. Banks should view this as an opportunity to think holistically and address the underlying causes of failure. Basel II failed precisely because it allowed banks to comply with the letter of the regulations while flouting its spirit. It is our view that good business is simple business; banks should aim for clarity and transparency in their dealings and above all to generate value for clients and their own business in equal proportions, whilst removing any non value-adds. If implemented well, such a strategy could more than offset the cost of compliance. Sustaining competitive advantage will require a mind shift away from the short termism that led to the crisis, which cost banks their reputations and a whole lot more, to a more client-centric business model. Written by Eric Bigham. Founder and owner of Bigham Consulting.

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