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  • Falcon faces Swiss probe over 1MDB

    People & Markets | 14 October 2016

    Switzerland’s Office of the Attorney General has begun criminal proceedings against Falcon Private Bank over alleged failures in anti-money laundering controls in relation to 1Malaysia Development (1MDB).

  • MOVES-SG names Swift as APAC global finance head

    Ticker | 18 October 2016

    French bank Societe Generale has named Stephen Swift as as head of global finance for Asia Pacific from the start of next year.

  • BRICS take aim at ratings trio

    People & Markets | 21 October 2016

    A challenge to the dominant three ratings agency emerged this month at the BRICS summit in India, when the five-nation grouping of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa outlined plans to launch a rival agency.

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    Goldman Asia chairman Schwartz to leave

    People & Markets | 21 October 2016

    Mark Schwartz is stepping down as Goldman Sachs’ Asia-Pacific chairman at the end of the year, triggering a search for a replacement at a time when the US bank is scaling back its resources in the region.

  • Essar sale to benefit StanChart and banks

    People & Markets | 21 October 2016

    The recent sale of Essar Group’s holding in Essar Oil and Vadinar port should benefit several banks holding debt of the Indian conglomerate, according to analysts.

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    Nomura posts net income gains on back of strong trading

    Ticker | 27 October 2016

    Nomura Holdings’ second quarter net income rose 31% year on year to ¥61.2bn (US$585m), buoyed by an improvement in trading income, the bank said on Thursday.

  • CCB to pilot debt-equity swaps

    People & Markets | 28 October 2016

    China’s plans for the first debt-to-equity swaps since the late 1990s are raising more questions than answers.

  • ANZ sells Asian retail to DBS

    People & Markets | 04 November 2016

    Australia & New Zealand Banking Group last week became the latest global bank to pull back from retail banking in Asia. ANZ said it would sell its wealth and retail bank business units in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Indonesia to

  • China’s banking slowdown tests regulator's nerves

    People & Markets | 04 November 2016

    Disappointing earnings across China’s four major state-owned banks for the third quarter have shown the strain from rising bad loans and lower net interest margins.

  • A woman walks down the stairs of the Standard Chartered headquarters in Hong Kong.

    StanChart reveals HK IPO probe

    Top News | 04 November 2016

    Standard Chartered became the second major international bank in a week to reveal that it was being investigated by Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission for its role in a stock-market listing.

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