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Greg Bauer
Managing Director - Americas Banking
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Frederic Drevon
Managing Director - EMEA Banking
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Stephen Long
Managing Director - APAC Banking
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    • California wildfires will lead to large insured losses
      The largest of three devastating wildfires, the Camp Fire in Butte County in Northern California, has caused tragic loss of lives and destroyed about 6,453 homes and more than 100,000 acres. We estimate insured losses are currently $3-$6 billion for the three fires.   Full Report
  • 9 Nov 2018
    • Outlook on Vietnam banks changes to stable from positive
      GDP growth in Vietnam will stay robust, and the banks' asset quality will improve, helping to strengthen their profitability. But asset risks are still evident after years of rapid credit growth, and the country is vulnerable to Sino-US trade tensions.   Full Report
  • 5 Nov 2018
    • EBA's 2018 stress test shows banks' capital resilience has improved since 2016
      The results of the European Banking Authority’s stress test of 48 of the largest European banks shows that their capital ratios are now more resilient to severe economic stress, a credit positive. This year's test used the harshest macroeconomic assumptions since the tests started in 2009, making the stresses closer to those of similar tests by the Bank of England and the US Federal Reserve. Full Report
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