With the internationalisation of the renminbi, more Chinese banks are becoming considered 'globally systematically important'.
Extracted from a presentation by Professor Danny Quah, Director, Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre, London School of Economics.
How significant is the financial leasing industry in China? Standard & Poor's provides an in-depth overview.
Outlook for Thailand’s border trade is bright and Thai SMEs have a next-door advantage. But consumer trends are changing and competition is heating up.
But Standard & Poor's has increasing concerns about the quality and sustainability of the country's economic growth.
Fintech is seen by many as the next wave of disruption that will change how financial services are provided and consumed, according to Linklaters.
China's bond market has gained favour this year with smaller, speculative-grade developers due to lower funding costs and market diversity.
In an upcoming webinar, global information services provider Experian examines the impact of cyber fraud and measures to protect customer trust and prevent snowballing costs.
Standard & Poor's looks at the motives behind the PBoC's rate adjustment and reasons that a more flexible exchange rate could help prevent risks to the sovereign credit rating.
Amid growing foreign currency debt, Standard & Poor's assesses whether depreciating currencies are a major concern for credit quality in Asean.
Standard & Poor's forecasts outstanding corporate debt to grow by two-fifths to $71 trillion by 2019, with China accounting for 40% of the total.
A look at the rationale behind the notification obligations that Hong Kong-regulated firms must comply with, and the latest regulatory expectations in this evolving area.
Standard & Poor's structured finance and corporate ratings executives discuss the opportunities and challenges of China's accelerating auto financing market.
China’s bond market will experience rising defaults and more credit rating downgrades, but its banks will continue to perform well for investors.
Chinese banks face a rising tide of NPLs during the next few years but the underlying financial structure is better equipped to manage them.