Our research and analysis on China
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on China.
Why Chinese banks may avoid repeating Japan's lost decade
Date: Apr 15, 2014 | Author: Naoko Nemoto
Naoko Nemoto, MD, financial institutions ratings, Standard & Poor’s, believes Chinese banks are not likely to face the crisis Japanese banks faced in the 1990s; profitability to remain high.
Interview transcript: Roland Sassoon, CEO, Sasfin Bank
Date: Apr 11, 2014 | Author: Roland Sassoon
Roland Sassoon, CEO, Sasfin Bank, talks about the needs of target clients, assets and fees, and corporate financing.
Banks reach turning point; face potential asset quality deterioration
Date: Feb 28, 2014 | Author: Research
Asian markets that have been buoyed by easy liquidity over the past few years have now to re-orientate to a world where the “music” of cheap money has virtually stopped.
High chance of financial crisis in China, says Credit Agricole senior economist
Date: Feb 26, 2014 | Author: Dariusz Kowalczyk
Dariusz Kowalczyk, senior economist/strategist at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, feels that an imminent financial crisis in China is probable, with stress signs in WMPs and trust loans particularly evident.
Increased trade between China and Switzerland to drive financial integration
Date: Dec 17, 2013 | Author: Martin Maurer
Martin Maurer, CEO, Association of Foreign Banks in Switzerland, discusses the potential benefits arising from China and Switzerland’s free trade collaboration.
Popularity of online commerce fast transforming the face of banking in China
Date: Dec 09, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
Systematic deregulation of the domestic financial services industry, coupled with the popularity of e-commerce platforms, heralds sharper competition in the future.
Mid-sized Chinese banks seek deeper ties with Asian banks for growth
Date: Dec 06, 2013 | Author: Alice Yang
Guo Zhiwen, chairman of Harbin Bank, discusses establishment of Asia Financial Cooperation Association and its bid to go global.