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  • 22 Sep 2016
    • Chinese life insurers show decreasing solvency trend while P&C and reinsurers are largely unchanged
      The solvency ratios of life insurers generally declined in 1H 2016, mainly due to substantial new business growth, the correction in the equity market, and an increase in reserves due to lower valuation rates. The downward trend is likely to continue amid a low interest rate environment, but the negative pressure will subside as the regulator has started to curb the aggressive sale of short- and medium-term savings-type products... Press Release l Full Report
    • Prospects remain robust for Islamic finance despite subdued sukuk issuance
      Growth in the Islamic banking sector continues to broadly outpace that of conventional banks in most systems in which Islamic banks have been established, driven by strong retail demand and proactive government legislation. And while new sukuk issuance volumes in 2016 are expected to remain flat, issuance by sovereigns, banks and corporates in the Gulf should rise in 2017, as regional financing needs increase amid lower oil prices... Press Release l Full Report
  • 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
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