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  • 23 May 2016
    • Thai banks' strong loss buffers and steady profits support stable system outlook over the next 12-18 months
      The stable outlook reflects primarily the banks' strong loss-absorption buffers. High provisions and strong capitalization levels-against the backdrop of a slow credit growth environment-will allow the banks to maintain their credit profiles over the next 12-18 months. However, Thailand's weak economic growth will remain the system's key operating challenge... Full Report l Press Release
  • 29 Apr 2016
    • Major Australian banks' capital metrics will come under pressure
      Recent signs suggest that the asset cycle in Australia has peaked, leading to an upward revision of the credit risk weights for the country's four major banks. This scenario is particularly the case for the banks' corporate loan portfolios, as they are more vulnerable to any potential worsening in economic conditions and will thus see the sharpest revision in risk weights…Press Release l Full Report
  • 27 Apr 2016
    • China's shadow banking sector growing at faster rate; overall leverage is rising
      The accelerated growth of the shadow banking sector over the past year has been led by the issuance of wealth management products (WMPs), with mid- and small-sized banks active. The growth in issuance of WMPs and their changing investor base further point to rising interconnectedness among the banks, and also between the banks and the shadow banking system. Meanwhile, "core" shadow banking products remain sluggish…Press Release l Full Report
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26 May 2016 Sector Comment Chinese Banks' Resumption of Nonperforming Loan Securitizations Is Credit Positive
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26 May 2016 Announcement Moody's: Stable outlook for Malaysia's banking system driven by strong capital, government support AmBank (M) Berh...
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26 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's downgrades Mitsui & Co. to A3/P-2; outlook negative
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26 May 2016 Sector Comment China Property & Casualty Insurance: Household Earthquake Insurance Plan Supports Business Growth, Raises Pricing Challenges
26 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's upgrades Mitsui Fudosan's ratings to A2
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Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
26 May 2016 Outlook Banking System Outlook - Malaysia: Strong Capital, Government Support Offset Falling Profitability to Drive Stable Outlook
26 May 2016 Sector Comment Vietnamese Banks' Exposure to HAGL Restructuring Is Credit Negative
26 May 2016 Announcement Moody's: India's new bankruptcy code to boost significantly bargaining power of creditors as against large debtors Axis Bank Ltd
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26 May 2016 Sector In-Depth Banks - India: Bankruptcy Law Is Credit Positive for Indian Banks, but Challenges Remain
26 May 2016 Sector In-Depth Australian Bank Funding and Liquidity: Major Bank Focus Shifts Back To Wholesale Funding
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