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Greg Bauer
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  • 9 Nov 2019
    • French banks face challenges in maintaining their dominant position in payment services
      French banks, unlike many banks in other European jurisdictions, maintain almost complete control of the country’s card payment system, retaining key roles in the payment value chain. Competition, regulation and high investment costs pose challenges to their dominant position, however.Full Report
  • 7 Nov 2019
    • P&C Commercial Insurance – US: 2020 outlook stable on improving pricing and solid capital; reserves cast shadow
      Commercial insurers will benefit from good capital positions and rising insurance rates but face headwinds from loss cost inflation, low interest rates and higher reinsurance costs. Full Report
  • 23 Oct 2019
    • Outlook on Russia's banking system changes to stable from positive
      The change in outlook reflects weak macroeconomic conditions that will hinder workouts of problem loans, constraining further improvement in asset quality. Capital ratios will be steady despite sound profit and modest loan growth, as banks use excess capital to pay dividends. Ample deposits underpin banks' strong funding and liquidity.  Full Report
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