Standard Chartered: how international regulations will affect Asia’s loan markets

Author: | Published: 7 Feb 2012

The volume of regulatory requirements facing international lenders will bolster the dominance of Asia’s local banks and prompt a rise in local currency syndicated loans, Standard Chartered’s global head of loan syndications Philip Cracknell has predicted. Speaking at the Asia-Pacific Loan Market Association’s (APLMA) Global summit last week, Cracknell said international lenders had become progressively more distracted by problems in the eurozone and...



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