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Research Note
Chinese banks enhancing direct banking channels to cater to increased demand
Date: May 22, 2013   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Although 60% of domestic banking customers are shifting to more direct banking methods, most would still want access to physical branches.
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Proceedings Report
Key drivers behind Chinese banks going international
Date: May 10, 2013   |   Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s dialogue on "Building the International Presence of Chinese Banks" on key factors affecting the competitiveness of Chinese banks in a global environment.
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News Analysis
Mid-sized Chinese banks drive cash management capabilities through SME focus
Date: Mar 12, 2013   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
While ICBC remains the frontrunner in China’s cash management business, BOCOM and CMB have also achieved impressive YoY growth figures.
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News Analysis
Beijing boosts banks’ capital adequacy testing ahead of Basel III implementation
Date: Dec 06, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
ICBC, CCB, ABC, BoC, BOCOM and China Merchants Bank given permission to establish individual capital assessment models to measure asset strength and prepare for Basel III rules.
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Opinion
Bohai Bank must enhance technology and retail banking capabilities to further positive growth
Date: Nov 21, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Bohai Bank has displayed stellar growth in previous years by keeping costs and NPLs low. But where will its future growth come from?
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Opinion
Asian banks need to enhance social media presence to foster closer customer ties
Date: Oct 19, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
While Asian banks are becoming increasingly aware of the potential presented by social media, many remain undetermined about their social media strategies.
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Research Note
Chinese banks offer more conservative products to gain edge in wealth management business
Date: Oct 09, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Chinese banks seek to leverage on low-risk WMPs that offer steady but lower returns to attract HNWIs looking for a safe haven in China’s slowing economy.
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Research Note
Smaller Chinese banks still gambling on risky wealth management products
Date: Aug 08, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Smaller banks in China are experiencing rapid growth rates in the wealth management market by offering high-risk WMPs to customers, placing the country’s banking sector in jeopardy.
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Research Note
China keeps close watch on Rmb to counter capital outflow
Date: Jun 20, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
With as much as $34 billion leaving China in Q3 of 2011 and up to 60% of HNWIs considering leaving, Beijing is taking precautionary measures to control and regulate its currency flow.


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