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  • 18 Oct 2016
    • India's draft bill on resolution of financial firms is credit positive for banks
      The draft bill is a credit positive for Indian banks because it is an important step to having a comprehensive framework in place for the resolution of financial firms. Currently, the resolution of such firms is based on minor parts of legislation enacted for other purposes. However, the bill will have to go through multiple steps before becoming law, and could therefore be subject to changes and delays... Full Report l Press Release
    • Japanese banks only marginally affected by negative interest rate policy
      Banks in Japan will see only a limited deterioration in their profitability from the introduction of a negative interest rate policy (NIRP) by the Bank of Japan in late January 2016, and the subsequent introduction of a so-called yield curve control policy in September 2016. The greatest impact on profitability from the NIRP is through spread loans, with the regional banks more exposed owing to their limited geographic diversification and high reliance on domestic interest-earning income... Full Report l Press Release
  • 11 Oct 2016
    • De-risking of five European global investment banks will slow
      Legacy asset reductions will slow for five European global investment banks (GIBs) – Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, RBS and UBS – over the next 12-18 months. Economic uncertainty in the United Kingdom and slow economic growth in the rest of Europe will continue to reduce investors’ appetite for the high-yielding assets in these GIBs’ non-core divisions, despite historically low interest rates... Press Release l Full Report
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