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2015-10-14

Banking News This Week – Oct 14

The top 5 banking news stories in emerging markets this week.
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1 – Australia’s ANZ to expand in China as Asia strategy evolves
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group will expand its customer base in China and lengthen the tenure of loans to its top customers as part of the”evolution” of its Asia strategy. >>

2 – Foreign banks prepare for opportunity to open subsidiaries in India
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has joined a long line of international banks retrenching from India. However, Standard Chartered and HSBC both insist that their operations in Asia’s third-largest country are on a very different path. >>

3 – ‘E-payment channels’ security drives cash-less banking’
Cash-less banking thrives on convenience and security of the e-payment channels. Bank customers would use e-payment cards or cash, depending on which of them is convenient for them. >>

4 – Dubai eyes Africa’s “untapped” Islamic markets
Launched in association with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) the highlights pointed to the growing demand in Kenya Ethiopia and South Africa markets for Islamic finance products and banking instruments in asset management and takaful sectors. >>

5 – Foreign banks advance slowly but steadily in Vietnam
Though foreign banks have expanded their networks and presence in Vietnam, they still have a modest market share in Vietnam. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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