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  • 4 Feb 2014
    • Australian Mutuals: Competition for loans & deposits remains key challenge
      Competition and moderate credit growth will threaten margins and pressure some mutuals into increasing their risk appetites. In addition, regulatory and compliance costs will put pressure on the sector to consolidate. Nevertheless, the overall credit standing of Australian mutuals is likely to remain sound, supported by solid niche franchises and strong balance sheets… Press Release l Full Report
  • 2 Dec 2013
    • Outlook for China's banking system remains stable
      The stable outlook, in place since March 2011, reflects our view that China will stay on a path of steady expansion and pursue an agenda of orderly reform, but also considers several pressure points for the banks that will most likely be reflected in worsening asset quality and profitability. These challenges include: economic rebalancing, rising financial leverage, increasing interest rate liberalization, a greater shift towards higher-risk loan segments, and continued large fluctuations in deposit flows… Press Release l Full Report
  • 18 Nov 2013
    • India’s banking system outlook negative
      The negative outlook reflects our views that economic growth will be weak, banks’ asset quality will deteriorate, and profitability will decline because banks need to increase loan loss reserves and will not be able to fully pass on rising funding costs or offset these through loan growth. As a result, public-sector banks will remain dependent upon government injections to maintain their capitalization levels. The banks’ stable funding and strong systemic support only partly offset the negative drivers... Full Report
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