Friday, 28 April 2017

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  • ANZ adds to HK loan team

    Nathan Herman has joined ANZ’s loan syndications team as an associate director, according to the team’s global head John Corrin.

  • A woman walks past Standard Chartered logo at its headquarters in Hong Kong, China.

    StanChart combines debt distribution

    Standard Chartered is making further changes to its corporate and institutional banking division as the unit’s CEO, Simon Cooper, pushes ahead with an overhaul of the lender’s largest operation.

  • China's shadow banking rebounds in March

    China's shadow banking rebounds in March

    China’s banks unexpectedly extended less credit in March than in February, but aggregate financing, which includes off-balance sheet lending, surged to a record level in the first quarter.

  • The logo of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co is seen at its building in Seoul, South Korea.

    Korea pledges market-driven workouts

    South Korean regulators plan to give private-equity funds (PEFs) a bigger role in corporate debt restructurings, in a move that will challenge expectations of support for troubled companies from state-owned lenders.

  • A logo of the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) is pictured outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore.

    Investors hit out at SGX reforms

    A trade association representing asset management behemoths BlackRock, Fidelity International and Allianz Global Investors, among others, has called on Singapore Exchange to rethink plans to introduce dual-class shares.

  • UBS hires GC research head

    UBS has hired May Yan as managing director and head of equity research coverage for Greater China financials.

  • SGX fixed income head leaves

    Tsai Li Renn has left as senior vice president and head of fixed-income trading at Singapore Exchange.

  • Wong leaves CTBC Hong Kong

    Ambrose Wong has left CTBC Bank’s Hong Kong branch after seven years.

  • Pakistan plans to streamline sukuk rules

    Pakistan plans to streamline sukuk rules

    Pakistan’s capital market regulator plans to streamline rules for issuing Islamic bonds, providing local firms with alternative funding options as demand for sharia-compliant products continues to outstrip supply.

  • Chinese national flags flutter at Tiananmen Square ahead of the opening session of the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing, China.

    China tells lenders to come clean on NPLs

    China’s banking regulator has told lenders to conduct “self-inspections” in certain areas, such as using loopholes to circumvent rules, in order to boost supervision of the vast shadow banking sector, according to documents Reuters has seen.

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