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Thursday, 17 August 2017

People & Markets

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  • RBI unveils norms on tri-party repo

    The Reserve Bank of India has released guidelines for tri-party repo transactions to facilitate the development of the corporate bond market.

  • HKEx profit up on trading and listing gains

    Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing posted a 17% rise to HK$3.49bn (US$447m) in first-half net profit on a surge in trading and stock-listing fees.

  • Probe overshadows CBA profits

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia acknowledged the seriousness of money-laundering allegations it faced last week, overshadowing the release of healthy full-year earnings.

  • A logo of IL&FS (Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd.) is seen on a building at its headquarters.

    IL&FS eyes novel financings

    Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services is looking at new financing options in the domestic and overseas markets as Indian banks put the brakes on lending.

  • UBS rehires APAC IB head

    UBS has rehired David Chin as head of Asia Pacific corporate client solutions, only two years after he left the Swiss bank, according to an internal memo IFR has seen.

  • Support for Singapore bondholders

    Support for Singapore bondholders

    Singapore’s top investor advocate is ramping up its role in bond restructurings, providing a platform for individual investors to voice grievances as a unified group.

  • MSCI warns against long suspensions

    Barely a month after approving the inclusion of Chinese shares in its benchmark emerging market index, MSCI is warning mainland companies suspending trading in their shares for too long face the risk of being dropped.

  • CCB nominates BOC head as next chairman

    China Construction Bank has nominated Tian Guoli, head of smaller Bank of China, to be its next chairman, three sources with knowledge of the matter have said.

  • A pedestrian takes photographs using his phone as he stands in front of a Commonwealth Bank of Australia logo displayed outside a branch in central Sydney, Australia.

    CBA faces money-laundering proceedings

    The Australian government last Thursday accused the country’s biggest mortgage lender, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, of widespread breaches of money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing rules.

  • Goldman hires DB banker in China boost

    Goldman Sachs has added Bill Chu to its investment banking team in China in a sign that the US bank is gearing up for an increase in cross-border deal flow from the mainland.

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