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Financial Institutions - Asia Pacific

Credit ratings and analysis on banks and securities firms, insurance, real estate and non-bank finance companies.


  • 6 Dec 2016
    • China's banking system faces deteriorating operating environment
      The outlook for the Chinese banking system is negative, as the operating environment will become more challenging in the coming 12-18 months, reflecting slower economic growth, an increase in corporate sector restructuring, and rising concerns over elevated asset prices in some areas. In such a context, asset quality will remain pressured; capitalization, and funding and liquidity will be stable; and profitability will deteriorate, while the system will also be experiencing the effects of the deleveraging in the corporate sector... Full Report l Press Release
  • 5 Dec 2016
    • Japan life insurance industry outlook changes to negative from stable
      The change in outlook reflects our expectation that the industry's credit profile over the next 12-18 months will be pressured by persistent ultralow interest rates, following the introduction of a negative interest rate policy by the Bank of Japan in February 2016. The consequent downward revision of return assumptions for new investments could trigger significant adjustments in business and product strategies that could in turn hurt the insurers' sales and strain their underwriting and sales capacity... Press Release l Full Report
  • 17 Nov 2016
    • Moody's: Different reasons drive Japanese and Chinese insurers' overseas acquisitions, and credit impact varies
      The current surge in overseas acquisitions by Japanese and Chinese insurers reflects the respective dynamics of these two markets, and is raising diverging credit risks. Japanese insurers seek growth abroad amid stagnant operating conditions and a lack of investment opportunities at home. Conversely, Chinese insurers, with still ample growth opportunities at home, are primarily seeking diversification, and have predominantly been acquiring mid-tier players that provide long-term value creation and business growth opportunities... Full Report l Press Release
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