The bankers' union says the central bank is allowing practices that do not favour consumers.
Figures underscore weakness of continent’s financial industry.
The European Commission would decide on the debt recovery program.
North Korea accuses the US of spreading rumours about them amassing a large sum of money through cyberattacks.
Sweden has been strengthening its armed forces and is concerned about increasing tensions with Russia in the Baltic region.
As a first step, it signs MoU with Bank Muamalat Berhad to enable better access and financial services.
The banking union’s lawyer says the landmark ruling by the Federal Court applies to all sectors and employees' right to unionise.
One of Japan’s biggest regional banks is resuming an expansion overseas, 20 years after the country’s financial crisis forced it to retreat.
A series of large-scale protests which have rocked Hong Kong's legislature leaves their business community worrying over the impact on the city's financial hub status.
Any tampering with the self-correcting mechanism underpinning free market economies comes with inherent medium- to long-term risks.
Raja Kamarul Bahrin says banks are 'not being flexible' when it comes to approving loans.
The competition in retail lending is unreasonable and risky with firms offering zero down-payment and low-rate loans.
How does a change in the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) affect your financial standing?
Lending active businesses key in negating effects of US-China trade war, says finance minister.
Forgers have become so adept at faking documents used by banks that going paperless has become a necessity for the industry.
Think tank says Putrajaya should minimise compliance costs if it wants to encourage banks to lend more to the private sector while Ramon Navaratnam says windfall tax means better income distribution.
Uber’s public offering could be one of the five largest of all time in the US and is expected to be the biggest listing this year.
Stocks in Saudi Arabia climbed the highest, boosted by banking shares amid plans by the govt to not increase an Islamic levy on local lenders.
Bankers say they are shying away from doing even a legitimate business with the crisis-wracked oil-producing country.
Although positive signs from the US-China trade talks have encouraged investment in several Asian sectors, investors are still reluctant to pour money into banks.
See Kok Loong says many people already have a lot of financial commitments.
Minister advises banks to consider an applicant's income from part-time jobs when considering whether to give the individual a housing loan.
The CEO of Nordea Bank makes a bold statement where roughly in a decade, many people won't be needed in finance, and that's a good thing.
CEO Karim Awad said the investment won’t be 'too big' and would involve 'building market share from the ground up.'