Taiwan banks show stable asset quality

Fitch sees a favourable outlook for Taiwanese banks in the next 2 years.

Taiwan banks show stable asset quality

Fitch sees a favourable outlook for Taiwanese banks in the next 2 years.

Filipinos collectively spent 42 years on digital lending apps in 2023

About 63.4% of the time was spent on platforms offering personal loans.

ASEAN region attracts soaring overseas business interest

Foreign direct investment surges as businesses seek ASEAN expansion.

Overseas expansion impacts Korean banks’ profits

Despite Korea's high GDP per capita, the current level suggests there's still room for improvement.

Non-bank and housing financers to see robust loan growth in 2024: Ind-Ra

Diversified large NBFCs might turn to public debentures.

SingPost thriving amidst e-commerce surge

Postal giant’s CEO International, Li Yu, shares insights on industry challenges and SingPost’s trailblazing transformation.

Third-party risk management challenges persist in APAC: KPMG

85% of businesses view third-party risk management as a strategic priority, but many still struggle to establish fit-for-purpose programmes.

Diplomats, company execs gather at the 2nd ThePhilBizNews embassy night

UK trade envoy Richard Graham shared how he and the UK hopes to strengthen trade ties with the Philippines.

New bill slashes transaction costs for Hong Kong market makers

The government gazetted a bill waiving stamp duty payable on certain transactions relating to dual-counter stock.

HSBC appoints co-heads for commercial banking business in Asia: report

Amanda Murphy will lead South Asia and SEA whilst Frank Fang, the GBA.

Deutsche appoints ex-UBS exec as wealth vice chairman in APAC 

Mahesh is rejoining Deutsche after leaving in 2017.

China deems 19 banks 'too big to fail'

These banks face new capital and regulatory requirements.

Banks welcome launch of Wealth Management Connect in Guangdong-Hong Kong-GBA 

BEA highlights hiring plans, whilst Citi says it will offer 100 types of wealth products under WM Connect.

Singapore lifts dividend cap on local banks, financial companies

Local financial firms are expected to remain resilient even should the economy slip into a recession again.

India’s banking system privatization plagued with capital, regulatory woes

They need to pump money into lenders before selling them if they want to make them more attractive to potential buyers, reports S&P.

Growing exodus of junior bankers poses talent shortage for banks in Asia: report

Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.