Our archives on China Bank
Improving wallet share and onboarding the unbanked key focus for Philippine banks
Date: Nov 04, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Philippine Heads of Retail Banking Dialogue 2013, on the areas of competition within retail banks today.
Standard Chartered’s technology focus in China: advantages of foreign banks in the market
Date: May 16, 2012 | Author: Baron LaudermilkEricson Chan, chief information officer of Standard Chartered Bank China believes that foreign banks have key advantages over Chinese banks, but regulations and shifting rules make it difficult for foreign banks to stay ahead.
CBRC delays capital regulations, but reform still necessary
Date: Jan 12, 2012 | Author: Wong Wei HanRules to impose higher CAR requirements for Chinese banks have been delayed to support growth, but regulatory reform remains unavoidable as the country seeks balance between growth and sustainability.
Replacement of Chinese regulators only half complete
Date: Oct 31, 2011 | Author: Peter HoflichA round of new head regulators appointments in Beijing is leading up to the appointment of a new central bank governor next year.
China announces new measures to regulate sales of wealth management products
Date: Oct 12, 2011 | Author: Wong Wei HanCommercial banks in China will now face tighter operational and management restrictions on their wealth management businesses following the announcement of new control measures.
Chinese banks keep costs low, but earn lowest fees among Asia Pacific peers
Date: Oct 29, 2010 | Author: ResearchBanks in developed markets are still floundering, even as they emerge out of chronic loss-making
Chinese banks keep costs low, but earn lowest fees among Asia Pacific peers - AB500 China
Date: Oct 06, 2010 | Author: ResearchAB500 shows Chinese banks appear to have the lowest average cost-to-income ratios at 38%, and fifth-lowest level of average gross NPL ratio at 1.8%, lower than India, Japan and Southeast Asian countries.