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  • 13 Feb 2017
    • China's shadow banking sector affected by tighter liquidity conditions, stricter regulatory scrutiny
      A combination of tighter liquidity conditions and stricter regulatory scrutiny on off-balance-sheet activities will curb incentives for banks to engage in regulatory arbitrage, thereby gradually dampening the fast-growing component of shadow banking activities. On the other hand, demand from shadow bank borrowers will be relatively inelastic to higher interest rates, given the continuing financing needs in sectors such as property, local government financing vehicles and overcapacity industries... Press Release l Full Report
    • Chinese life insurers' shift to riskier asset allocations is a credit negative
      The shift by Chinese life insurers towards riskier asset allocations to support business growth and investment returns amid persistent low interest rates is credit negative for the sector. Specifically, the trend is pressuring four factors -- asset quality, capital adequacy, profitability and liquidity -- that are central to our rating assessment for life insurers. Moreover, the industry's rising exposure to single-name equity investments is increasing concentration risk, and leaves the insurers' profitability and capital profiles sensitive to capital market movements... Press Release l Full Report
  • 6 Feb 2017
    • Asian non-financial corporates' negative rating trend will likely moderate in 2017
      The negative pressure on ratings in 2016 will likely moderate over the next 12 months, reflecting the partial recovery in commodities prices, the fact that the monetary policy of major central banks — except the US Fed — will likely stay accommodative, continued solid growth in the US, and growth in China stabilizing at close to the official target. However, several other factors will likely lead to uncertainty in the capital markets and could reverse this stabilizing rating trend... Press Release l Full Report
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