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  • 21 Feb 2017
    • Singapore banks’ cost and net interest margin pressures should subside in 2017
      The full year and Q4 2016 (Oct-Dec 2016) financial results of the three largest banks in Singapore by assets reveal a further decline in profitability and mixed asset quality performance, but pressure on credit costs and net interest margins should subside in 2017, providing support to profitability. The continued asset quality challenges evident at DBS Bank and OCBC are in line with our expectations, while asset performance at UOB has improved... Press Release l Full Report​​
    • Singapore banks’ cost and net interest margin pressures should subside in 2017
      The full year and Q4 2016 (Oct-Dec 2016) financial results of the three largest banks in Singapore by assets reveal a further decline in profitability and mixed asset quality performance, but pressure on credit costs and net interest margins should subside in 2017, providing support to profitability. The continued asset quality challenges evident at DBS Bank and OCBC are in line with our expectations, while asset performance at UOB has improved... Press Release l Full Report​​
    • French RMBS undeterred by interest rate increases; SME financing may strengthen
      In 2017, French residential mortgage-backed securities' (RMBS) performance will remain stable, and would remain undeterred by a rise in borrowing rates. We also expect to see more activity in SME financing. At present, France has second-highest rate of alternative finance origination in Europe. French RMBS performance and issuance is undeterred by the unavoidable rise in borrowing rates and lower prepayments...Full Report
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