Taiwan will let mainland lenders own up to 20 per cent of some financial institutions, raising the limit on ownership as cross-strait economic integration deepens.
Retail funds in Hong Kong recorded an average loss of 0.92 per cent in the second quarter due to sharp adjustments in global equity markets, according to Standard & Poor's Fund Services.
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For too long China's need to recycle its export earnings has meant a free ride for the debt-strapped United States government.
Beiren Printing Machinery Holdings yesterday said it was unable to recover 17.7 million yuan (about HK$16.47 million) of maturing deposits with mainland financial institutions and had reclassified...
United States consulting firm AT Kearney says banks in Asia should think of ways to better use their existing product and service delivery channels before investing in new ones.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) yesterday criticised the Government's decision to make $2.5 billion in loans available to them to help relieve their financial difficulties.
More than 60 representatives of regulatory bodies, exchanges and financial institutions in Asia yesterday attended a Global Year 2000 Workshop in Hong Kong.
The stock exchange is demanding greater transparency from H-share companies after Dongfang Electrical Machinery and Maanshan Iron & Steel (Magang) disclosed that their deposits placed with...
The Government will release a consultation paper this month outlining measures to close a regulatory loophole concerning margin finance firms operated by brokers, according to Secretary for...