You will find insights on various topics by our Mazars consulting professionals. For more information, please contact Wee Han Tah, our Head of Consulting.
Managing Deposit Product Profitability in a Low Interest Rate Environment
With governments in many countries around the world eager to support pandemic-hit economies with cheap money, interest rates have been kept low or reduced further. A low interest rate environment is challenging for banks who are expected to pass on rate reductions to borrowers but are restricted in their ability to reduce funding costs from already low-cost deposits. So, what are they to do?
Towards a digital and connected future: Singapore’s C-suite
In early 2020, Mazars decided to initiate a new C-suite barometer. We wanted to assess the views of C-suite leaders around the world on their activities and outlook for the coming year, understand how they manage and prioritise short- and long-term initiatives.
Mazars 2020 C-suite barometer
In the midst of a global pandemic, a majority of business leaders still expected growth in 2021. What else do they see on the horizon?
Time to rethink risk
31/03/2020 Why integrating ESG should be a strategic priority in financial services.
Regulatory Compliance for Fund Management Companies
Fund Management Companies (“FMCs”) in Singapore are regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) under the Securities and Futures Act (Cap. 289). In order to conduct the regulated activity of fund management, FMCs need to obtain either registration or license from MAS.
Mazars Business & Financial Sustainability Program
Mazars Business & Financial Sustainability program has been built around our tried and tested business planning service. It combines the longer term goals of the business with financial planning and specific crisis management objectives in order to help you navigate your business through the Covid-19 crisis.
Internal Audit During and Beyond the Covid-19 crisis
This paper has been created to better enable Heads of Internal Audit to assess the key risks, redefine priorities and prepare for the future.
Crisis Management Planning to navigate Covid-19
As the Covid-19 crisis continues, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the challenges for privately owned business are going to last longer, and cut deeper, than anyone anticipated.
COVID-19 And Cyber Security
The social distancing measures announced around the world recently have resulted in most organisations setting up remote working for staff. This new way of working has caused disruption to the conventional operations of companies and increases cyber security risks. The following are seven solutions to implement to minimise the cyber risks and vulnerabilities of remote working.
Risk Management for Covid-19
The COVID-19 situation is requiring a significant amount of collaboration, analysis, problem solving and responsiveness at a domestic and international level given the constantly unfolding situation. This approach is exactly the approach that needs to be adopted by business as well. The purpose of risk management and business continuity planning is to identify potential business risks and prepare the business to cope with those risks in a way that aims to protect its long term viability.