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CPTPP and DEPA point to a future of digital trade

On March 31, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced that the nation had reached an agreement with members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) to join the Partnership, becoming its first European member state. However, CPTPP is only estimated to boost the UK’s GDP 0.08% in the next 15 years. Th...

Regional banks provide a window into Japan’s aging demographics, monetary policy

With the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank, the risks of a tightening Fed cycle are on the minds of investors around the world. Few countries are potentially as exposed as Japan, which has exported large amounts of savings into fixed income instruments in the US. The episode appears to have left a deep impression on Japan&#...

A revolution in HR strategy for banking

Personnel are the foundation of the financial sector. The lifestyles and values of Gen Z employees diverge from previous generations. As a result, banks are launching a variety of new talent recruitment, retention, and education measures to actively target Gen Z, in order to maintain the industry’s strong growth and embed it in the lives of t...

Chatting about the future of ChatGPT

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) capable of conversing with users, thanks to its natural language processing capabilities. Like a bolt from the blue, it has captured the attention of users across the globe and it seems as though everyone is discussing how ChatGPT will change the world. But what does GPT actually mean? The etymology of GP...

Attracting and retaining Gen Z talent requires an organizational culture strategy

A job in the banking industry used to be considered a “golden ticket.” Do young people still think this is the case? According to research from TABF’s Proficiency Testing Institute, both the frequency and scale of recruitment have gradually increased over the past three years. Historically, recruitment classes only reached three t...

The reform of financial regulation in China as a response to a potential crisis

A series of relevant changes also have taken place in the Chinese state apparatus. The most significant of these institutional changes may be the creation of a new national regulatory body that will oversee all areas of the financial industry. Beyond the continuity of Xi Jinping remaining as China's president for an unprecedented third term, and t...
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