Lending & Credit

Thailand’s TISCO maintains strict credit policy as car loans fall

It will maintain its high dividend payout but won’t heed calls to raise it, analysts said.
6 hours ago

Thailand’s TISCO maintains strict credit policy as car loans fall

It will maintain its high dividend payout but won’t heed calls to raise it, analysts said.
6 hours ago

Malaysian banks’ asset quality strong but profits to stay flat in 2024

A sustained currency depreciation may affect import-reliant sectors, an analyst warned.
7 hours ago

Taiwan’s domestic banks extended $300.7b in SME loans

This accounts for 65% of all loans extended to all enterprises.
7 hours ago

New Sydney investment offers 65% loan-to-value ratio

Conservative lending reflects cautious market sentiment in Sydney's industrial sector.
11 hours ago

Maybank offers financial package for registered charities

They offered the first recyclable grant in Singapore.
3 days ago

Korean banks to ease lending standards for companies and mortgages

But banks are expected to tighten lending standards for household loans.
3 days ago

Property malaise weighs on China and Korean banks

Most of APAC banks have a stable outlook for 2024, says S&P.
4 days ago

Superapps to help drive BNPL userbase to 670 million by 2028

Superapps like WeChat and Grab are adopting and offering BNPL services to users.
5 days ago

Revised rules bolster car loans but with influx of lower quality borrowers

The asset quality of auto finance companies will be tested.
6 days ago

Weak home sales risk worsening Chinese banks' bad loans

Banks’ property loan exposure is expected to fall 6% amidst ongoing caution.
6 days ago

Thailand’s SCB, SCG offers green loans for net zero buildings

The loan will help entrepreneurs transition their buildings to net zero structures.
6 days ago

ZA Bank unveils business loan for Global Payments merchants

The virtual bank examines credit health based on business activities, amongst others.

Philippine bank lending up 8.6% in Feb on higher motor and card loans

Consumer loans grew 25.2% partly due to demand for motor vehicle loans rising.

Korean banks’ household loans drops in March as mortgage demand slows

In contrast, bank lending to the corporate sector increased by over KRW10t.

Weekly Global News Wrap: Nomura eyes $10b US credit portfolio in 10 years; UBS CEO earned $15.9m

And JPMorgan Chase revamps investment banking and capital markets leadership.

Average interest rates of new bank deposits in South Korea declines

Interest rates of new loans are also lower in February.