Citibank Korea, BNK Kyongnam Bank and KEB Hana Bank are being investigated by FSS over allegedly manipulating loan rates to overcharge retail borrowers.
It’s impossible to separate Deutsche Bank’s ongoing regulatory compliance shortcomings from its business exigencies. The recent and unusual censure from the Federal Reserve highlights the bank’s inexorable pressures.
The 2016 restriction on lending in foreign currencies has been removed in order to allow banks to inject overseas-sourced funding into the country's economy.
BIS warns of changing bank business models that has increased the market share and interlinkages among non-bank firms, especially asset management firms that are increasingly vulnerable to interest rate and redemption risks.
ICBC, ABC and CITIC illegally extended loans to unqualified companies or industries, inflated the size of their deposits, engaged in illegal shadow-banking actives, and had shortcomings in their credit risk management.
Progress report shows only only three G-SIBs have achieved full compliance with Principles for effective risk data aggregation and reporting; complexity and interdependence of IT improvement projects cited as main challenges.
Of the funds released with the cut, ¥500b should support debt-to-equity swap programme to lower corporate debt ratios, ¥200b to be used for SME lending.
FSS found thousands of irregularities in lending rate calculations including omission about income or collateral in credit evaluations, resulting in unfairly high lending rates.
The latest Eurozone bailout has effectively sentenced the country to a generation of vassalage, creating a financial serfdom. Weak growth and regulatory shortcomings will only invite the next crisis.
Chinese regulators have been enforcing regulations more strictly to curb financial risk, causing bank NPL ratios to rise to 1.9% at end-May, up from from 1.75% at end-March.
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