Spencer Anderson is a senior report at IFR on the people and markets desk. Since joining in 2011 he has written extensively on banking regulation, tax issues and capital markets. He was previously with the Financial Times.
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Chinese officials are rushing to introduce a new form of bail-in debt as early as this year as the country’s biggest banks face a capital shortage that could run close to US$1trn.
Sinopec printed the largest international bond from a Chinese issuer year to date, but raised concerns that the domestic bid for US dollar bonds might be weakening.
Big Four must boost capital buffers by close to US$1trn