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  1. University and bank join forces for course

    Posted Feb 17th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The Chinese University (CUHK) and HSBC Insurance have collaborated in the launch of the HSBC Insurance course- the first of its kind in Hong Kong. Launched in October, the course ... to conduct a partnership insurance course that offers a broad curriculum, focusing on strategies, operations and regulations. There will be roughly 13, three-unit elective courses starting ...

  2. China oil majors on course for record profits

    Posted Mar 20th 2006, 12:00am by Eric Ng

    ... is expected to announce a 120 billion yuan capital expenditure for last year, 20 per cent higher than management predicted in March, according to a Credit Suisse research note. Analysts are wondering whether sharp rises in capital expenditure in recent years will raise output growth that has been running at low single-digit percentages. Credit Suisse said PetroChina was likely to have found ...

  3. Credit for developers dries up

    Posted Nov 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... to the city's big real estate developers. Once reliably cheap credit is now scarce, forcing real estate consortia to borrow at costs not seen for more than a decade. Tom Quarmby, senior bank analyst at Barclays Capital, says Hong Kong property developers had enjoyed some of the cheapest corporate credit in the world, but no longer. He says tighter liquidity in the city's banking sector ...

  4. HK banks running risk of credit rerating, Fitch says

    Posted Oct 25th 2011, 12:00am

    ... rates and currency exchange rates and partly to evade Beijing's efforts to tighten credit. Hong Kong-based Chinese banks increased their mainland-related loans by 55 per cent in the first ... 'In terms of their stand-alone credit profile, the Hong Kong subsidiaries of mainland banks are stronger than their parent banks. But their growth strategy has become very reliant ...

  5. Tough credit pushes Sino Harbour to tap HK market

    Posted Jul 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... May Chan may.chan@scmp.com Credit-tightening on the mainland continues to prompt small and medium-sized companies to tap the Hong Kong market, with Sino Harbour Property Group the latest ... favourable for listings by mainland property companies because of the ongoing cooling measures, credit tightening and market concerns over corporate governance of mainland companies. The stock market ...

  6. Credit dries up for China firms

    Posted Jul 11th 2011, 12:00am

    ... But the privately owned firms that operate outside of the state-run financial system are getting credit crunched. Entrepreneur-run businesses, which lack government shareholders, have been hit ... state-owned banks have been ordered by the government to severely curtail their lending. They are already at risk of getting choked with bad debts after extending too much credit to unviable economic ...

  7. Dah Sing's credit rating under pressure over payout deal

    Posted Jul 25th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Maria Chan Standard & Poor's ratings service has put Dah Sing Bank's credit rating on CreditWatch, with negative implications after a group of banks in Hong Kong agreed ... Bank's loan quality, the proposed repurchases could further undermine Dah Sing's credit profile,' Standard & Poor's said. Dah Sing Bank estimated its share of the compensation ...

  8. Fears of credit clamp hit markets

    Posted Jul 30th 2009, 12:00am by Nick Westra

    ... Daniel Ren in Shanghai and Nick Westra Mainland and Hong Kong stocks tumbled yesterday over reports that two major state-owned banks would slow their lending. The reports sparked fears that Beijing would soon limit the massive cash flows that have fuelled ...

  9. Mainland companies face credit squeeze

    Posted Jun 04th 2008, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... Cameron Dueck and Charlotte So Stringent lending rules hit medium-sized firms Medium-sized mainland companies, many of which have no access to the capital market, are facing a credit ... banks.' Analysts say the credit crisis may divide infrastructure companies, many of whom are leveraged heavily, into haves and have-nots. While listed companies have more financing options, ...

  10. Courses aim to lure talent

    Posted Oct 30th 2010, 12:00am by Wilson Lau

    ... in courses provided by the company, covering law, insurance, financial analysis, and project management. 'I'm now able to communicate more effectively with specialised divisions,' says ...




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