Funding and liquidity will remain Asian banks' credit strength.
Asian banks are mostly deposit-funded with liquid balance sheets, and their reliance on wholesale funding sources is moderate, according to Moody's Investors Service.
Here's more from Moody's:
Banks in Mongolia, Australia and New Zealand are an exception, relying more heavily on wholesale funding; yet, the latter two systems have shown some tangible improvements since 2008.
Banks scaled back their US dollar commercial paper issuance in 2016, because of a trade finance slowdown and US money market reform.
China’s small and medium-sized banks face increasing funding pressure due to their high, and rising, levels of reliance on market funding.
Indian banks benefited from deposit inflows following the de-monetisation.
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