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Financial Institutions - Asia Pacific

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  • 25 Nov 2015
    • Masala bond market creates alternative funding source for some Indian institutions
      This market – which involves the offshore issuance of rupee-denominated bonds – opens up a new funding source for non-bank finance companies (NBFCs) and government-related issuers in India. But challenges remain for the market to become sustainable as investors will be cautious on assuming emerging-market currency risk. India on 29 September issued guidelines allowing Indian corporates, NBFCs, real estate investment trusts and infrastructure investment trusts to issue Masala bonds…Full Report l Press Release
  • 23 Nov 2015
    • Philippine banking system's stable outlook driven by resilient domestic economy
      The outlook is based on our expectation that the banks' credit profiles will remain stable, supported by steady domestic economic growth, stable asset quality, and strong funding and liquidity profiles. However, current strong capital levels are likely to decline slightly as the banks continue to grow their assets to tap demand from segments that had lacked access to credit, particularly the high-yielding consumer segment... Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Nov 2015
    • Moody's poll shows muted China growth expectations for 2016, but financial crisis unlikely
      Respondents at offshore credit briefings in New York, London and Paris in October 2015 identified rising corporate distress and increased policy uncertainty as the greatest risks to Chinese GDP growth in 2016. In particular, asset quality deterioration in industries showing overcapacity is a concern for Chinese banks. However, the majority of those polled believe that the authorities possess the tools to avert a banking crisis, or that a crisis would take much longer than 12-18 months to materialize…Full Report l Press Release
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