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Banks have made progress in measuring profitability at the corporate level, roundtable participants say, but challenges remain in calculating customer profitability and non-interest expense.
Regulations impose unprecedented pressure: both credit risk and operational risk data must be gathered from multiple systems.
As long as there's limited volatility, all should be copacetic.
History suggests that extremely low inflation can actually lower bank profitability, underscoring the need for vigilance in an era of stabilizing prices and falling rates.
The USA Patriot Act dramatically ratchets up the cooperation required of banks in the war against money laundering and terrorism.
Amid a regulatory crackdown on financial reporting and corporate governance, institutions need to exude conservatism and transparency.