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FIG in Focus: Embracing ESG

FIG in Focus is a collection of topical insight pieces from Adeva Partners. In this edition we focus on ESG risk: What is being done and what we must learn to assess the risk.

What we will cover:

  • Regulation: Can regulators force change?
  • Climate-related and environmental risk drivers
  • Next steps on Climate-related financial disclosures

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Crises tend to have similar impacts on markets: fear overtakes greed as the motor of the market, and there is a rapid flight to quality (buy US dollar, US treasuries, Bunds, Gold, etc, etc). Market liquidity seizes up as everyone sells risky assets, hoards liquidity and tightens their risk management standards:  these factors reinforce each other and cause a downward liquidity spiral. All these features were present in March 2020, and necessitated massive central bank and regulatory intervention,

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In our Sovereign Debt guide, we shall explore:

  • Bank’s risk weighting methodology applied to sovereign debt exposures
  • Case Study: Lebanon ‘a reminder of how risky sovereigns can be’
  • 5 things to consider for sovereign debt

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Trainer Opportunity

Adeva Partners require an experienced corporate credit trainer to join our expanding team

We are seeking a highly experienced corporate banker/ credit risk manager to join us as a part-time trainer, working 15 – 18 days per month in the South East Asia time zone.

Essential skills

  • 10+ years corporate credit experience in a senior role as a banker, credit risk professional, investor or rating analyst.

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What is the true impact of digitalisation, and how should credit analysts tackle analysing banks of the future?

In our Analysing Banks of the Future guide, we shall explore

  • How to consider digitalisation during credit analysis
  • What factors are working in a bank’s favour
  • DBS ‘Bank of the Future’ Case Study
  • What other factors to consider

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Adeva is well known for the expertise of our trainers. We want to lift the lid on some of the other roles within Adeva, that allow us to deliver a great service to our clients.

Claire Williams, course administrator at Adeva shares what is involved in her role.

My role is to make learning as accessible as possible

The trainers and digital learning designer work together to create eLearning materials for participants,

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Adeva is well known for the expertise of our trainers. We want to lift the lid on some of the other roles within Adeva, that allow us to deliver a great service to our clients.

We asked Elizabeth Heib to share more about her role as a Digital Learning Designer at Adeva.

My role is to design a straightforward way for people to think

I work in collaboration with the Adeva Trainers,

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Adeva is well known for the expertise of our trainers. We want to lift the lid on some of the other roles within Adeva, that allow us to deliver a great service to our clients.

At Adeva we have a small team of highly skilled Virtual Producers. We asked Linda McNamara to share more about her role as a Virtual Producer at Adeva.

My role is to create an exceptional learner experience

This allows the trainer to concentrate on engagement and delivering the content to participants.

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Welcome to the third edition of our regular briefing on news and views on the FIG (financial institution group) world.

These are the stories and insights that have captured our attention in recent months.

You can download a pdf version of the newsletter here.

Why it Pays to Pay Attention 

Exploring why “there is no substitute for fundamental research” when looking for early warning distress signs. 

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Nine months since the start of the pandemic, we argue that despite increasing provisioning costs and declining net interest income, the banking sector is relatively better placed to withstand the potential economic fallout of Covid19 than it was the financial crisis of 2007-12. 

Starting with Capital Adequacy, the most fundamental measure of a bank’s ability to withstand stress, bank core equity tier one (CET1) ratios pre-crisis averaged 7.5% of risk weighted assets in Europe in 2007,

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