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Saturday, 20 January 2018

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  • Top CICC pair exit ahead of IPO

    KKR cuts its stake in CICC

    Ticker | 21 November 2017

    KKR has sold more than half of its stake in China International Capital Corporation for HK$1.52bn (US$194.6m), according to a stock exchange filing.

  • AIIB seeks fixed-income managers

    People & Markets | 09 December 2016

    The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is looking to hire investment managers for a global fixed-income portfolio, in a departure from the treasury model of other multilateral lenders.

  • ANZ and Macquarie hit with fines after ringgit probe

    People & Markets | 25 November 2016

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and Macquarie Group

  • ANZ cuts costs and bad debts to grow profit

    People & Markets | 27 October 2017

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group posted an 18% rise in full-year cash profit as lower costs and an improvement in bad debts offset the impact of lacklustre revenue growth.

  • ANZ profits rise 23% on restructuring benefit

    Ticker | 02 May 2017

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group recorded a 23% increase in profit for the latest six months as it benefited from restructuring into a simpler firm, although the results fell short of analysts’ forecasts.

  • 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

  • ANZ

    ANZ shrinks costs, bad debts to grow profit

    Ticker | 26 October 2017

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group posted an 18% rise in full-year cash profit as lower costs and an improvement in bad debts offset the impact of lacklustre revenue growth.

  • Asia departures mount at Credit Suisse

    People & Markets | 24 March 2017

    Several senior bankers are leaving Credit Suisse in Asia after a tough period for its markets business.

  • Australia raises bank capital ratios

    People & Markets | 21 July 2017

    Australia’s big four banks breathed sighs of relief last week after the latest review of capital requirements dampened fears of a shortfall in their common equity ratios.

  • Australian regulator puts bank capital fears to rest

    People & Markets | 15 September 2017

    Australian banks are breathing a sigh of relief after the country’s top banking regulator confirmed that future changes to the risk weightings of mortgage loans would not require them to hold more capital.

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