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  • How banks can profit in the new mortgage market

    19 March 2013

    The mortgage loan market will be two-part, as lenders decide whether to prioritise higher yields or safe harbours following the implementation of new regulatory initiatives

  • India's banking sector reforms analysed

    19 March 2013

    RBI's final guidelines regarding the licensing of new banks will broaden the banking industry. But it is unclear who will take advantage of the rules

  • Why Vietnam's bank FDI proposal falls short

    19 March 2013

    Vietnam's proposed bank reforms aim to increase flows of foreign investment into its troubled banking system. Here's why the impact of the suggested reforms is expected to be limited

  • APAC acquisition financing: the alternative funding sources explained

    04 March 2013

    With the implementation of Basel III set to significantly curtail banks' ability to lend, lawyers in Asia-Pacific have outlined the alternative funding sources they expect to emerge in the region this year

  • CFTC chairman outlines Libor alternatives

    04 March 2013

    Interbank lending rates may no longer be a suitable input for financial benchmarks, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) chairman has said

  • Equity kickers expand in Brazil

    04 March 2013

    Financing sweeteners are being used in Brazil to encourage local borrowing by inbound investors, making Brazilian funding potentially more atrractive to foreign investors


 

 

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