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  • 5 Feb 2016
    • US GIBs’ Oil & Gas Exposures Are Manageable
      The recent earnings results of the US global investment banks (US GIBs) reveal that their direct energy loan exposures are manageable and do not present a significant concentration risk, though in some cases additional loan loss provisions will be necessary if oil prices remain subdued for an extended period. These provisions would add to the US GIBs’ broader earnings challenges. In addition, the US GIBs’ capital markets revenues could suffer if an extended period of low oil and commodity prices is accompanied by a slowdown in global economic activity...Full Report
  • 27 Jan 2016
    • Capital requirement announcements reveal risk for hybrid capital instruments at European banks
      The risks for hybrid capital instruments have been highlighted by recent disclosures of common Tier 1 regulatory capital requirements from large European banks, as well announcements from the ECB stating that it would follow the EBA’s recommendation to enforce coupon suspensions under certain circumstances. These announcements are credit negative for hybrid capital instruments such as Additional Tier 1 securities issued by some European banks because they reveal the extent to which such instruments may be subject to restrictions on coupon payments in the event of a breach of minimum capital requirements…Full Report
    • China's core shadow banking growth subdued, leverage keeps rising
      The growth rate for core shadow banking activity remained below that of nominal GDP growth in Q4 for a third straight quarter. However, overall leverage continues to rise as credit growth -- measured by total social financing -- is still growing faster than nominal GDP. Within the sector, peer-to-peer lending continues as a fast-growth area, growing more than four-fold in 2015, although from a low base... Full Report l Press Release
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