Phillipines on the fast track

The central bank of the Republic of the Philippines has authorised a simplified regulatory procedure that will allow banks to invest in credit-linked notes and foreign currency denominated structured products. The move is in line with the central bank's policy to encourage banks to diversify their investment portfolios and foster the development of new financial products after the a previous review process hampered investment in these products due to its laborious nature.

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