Thursday , December 13 2018

Banking

Poland orders probe of bank regulator after ‘misconduct’

Bloomberg Poland’s prime minister ordered an investigation into the regulator of the country’s financial industry after a newspaper reported that its chairman made an improper offer to the owner of a troubled bank. The Financial Supervision Authority rejected as “untrue” a report in Gazeta Wyborcza that Marek Chrzanowski suggested to ...

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ECB’s Guindos calls for tighter oversight of asset managers

Bloomberg The European Central Bank’s vice president warned asset managers that they’ll face tighter scrutiny as regulators try to steer against future financial crises. The ECB has grown increasingly vocal about the risks stemming from a rapid expansion of entities such as investment funds, which are taking on more bank-like ...

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China banks grapple with lending rules for private firms

Bloomberg Some Chinese banks are struggling to comply with unprecedented regulatory targets for credit to private companies because they aren’t sure who to lend to, a sign that authorities’ urgency to reverse an economic slowdown is muddying policy. The confusion stems from China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission chief Guo ...

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