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  • 20 Sep 2016
    • Indian banks’ asset quality cycle bottoming, supporting stable system outlook
      India's banking system is moving past the worst of its asset quality downcycle, supporting the stable outlook for the sector over the next 12-18 months. While the stock of impaired loans could increase, the pace of new impaired loan formation should be lower than what it was over the last few years. But the performance of public and private sector banks continues to diverge, with state-owned banks requiring significant capital over the next three years, while privately owned banks benefit from solid capitalization and good profitability... Press Release l Full Report
  • 15 Sep 2016
    • Islamic banks' strong liquidity profiles driven by retail strengths and government Sukuk availability
      The liquidity coverage ratios (LCRs) of Islamic banks in key Asian and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries highlight sound liquidity profiles and broad compliance with Basel III. In Asia, retail funding is constrained by such banks’ small branch networks, which means weaker LCRs versus their conventional peers. However, in GCC countries, Islamic retail customers tend to be more Shariah sensitive, providing Islamic banks with a large base of low-cost retail savings deposits, supporting stronger LCRs... Press Release l Full Report
  • 6 Sep 2016
    • Korean bank and liquidity profiles stable on continued monetary easing
      Korean won liquidity and the funding conditions for banks in Korea will remain stable, supported by the central bank's accommodative monetary stance. While the banks have extended more loans over the past few years, the impact on their liquidity has been offset by continued growth in low cost deposits. But Korean banks have weak liquidity and funding scores compared with their Asian peers owing to the system's higher loan-to-deposit ratio and heavier reliance on market funding... Press Release l Full Report
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