China is one of only two Asian countries with G-Sibs – but unlike Japan its banks can sidestep TLAC
Data shows no link between size and op risk losses
Banks issued debt before the end-of-2012 deadline for Basel II capital, lessening their refinancing requirements for this year
A round of new chairships was completed in October across three Chinese financial regulators in a move that saw the heads of two Chinese state-owned commercial banks promoted to lead the securities and insurance regulators
A new 2.5% minimum loan-loss reserve requirement to be implemented in China under Basel III is likely to reduce the ability of banks to distribute profits to shareholders
Two requests for proposals to help build AMA programmes issued in China
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has opened up the country's spot FX market to over-the-counter trades, and authorised the China Foreign Exchange Trading System (CFETS) to determine the daily central parity rate for the RMB against foreign currencies.
As Industrial Commercial Bank of China receives a $15 billion bailout from the government, the challenges in attracting foreign investment and strengthening the sector become ever more apparent. James Ockenden talks to the China Banking Regulatory Commission...
Lehman Brothers International Europe, the European arm of US investment bank Lehman Brothers, has launched an arbitrage synthetic collateralised debt obligation (CDO) referenced to a $1 billion portfolio of 120 entities that will be managed by the Agricultural...