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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.'
A gauge of the country’s nominal effective exchange rate is showing signs of weakness amid continued global trade tensions and a slowdown in China.
Entrepreneur Development Minister Redzuan Yusof says it shows the banks are confident of the government's plans for SMEs.
Hafiza Abdul Rahman says her right under the B40 category has been denied.
British lenders and their Wall Street rivals are pushing widely different views on Brexit.
Australian big banks, insurers, pension funds and regulators who oversee the financial industry are bracing for a brutal summary of their misdeeds and weaknesses.
The fallout has also hit investors, with the big-four banks losing a combined US$46.4 billion in market value since the inquiry was announced.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has been the hardest hit among the six biggest banks.
Financial-institutions analysts expect the Fed to go for two rate hikes in 2019.
Lenders, including rural cooperatives and policy banks, will need to apply for a license to operate units outside their home base or will have to wind down the businesses.
Banks had extended loans and guarantees worth US$2.74 billion to companies tied to billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi.
The US alleges that Huawei used an unofficial subsidiary called Skycom to do business in Iran for Iranian telecom companies.
This will potentially bring in more foreign investors.