U.S. Banks Are Not Reducing Risk Exposures Despite Global Challenges

Forbes

This year, much attention has rightly been given to political, economic or trade tensions around the globe. In particular, challenges in Argentina, Brazil, China, Mexico, Turkey, and the U.K have dominated the news.  The June 2018 Country Exposure Lending Survey released late last week by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) demonstrates that despite the aforementioned challenges, U.S. banks are not reducing their credit and market risk exposures to those countries significantly. Read more

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