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Monday's headlines, Financials edition

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China lets global asset managers apply for mutual fund business - Reuters
China ex-central bankers warn of long currency war with U.S. - Bloomberg News
Trade tensions test fund managers' appetite for China expansion - Financial Times
As Hong Kong lenders trim staff, prospects tighten for some expat bankers unless they change roles, take a pay cut - Financial Times
Prospects tighten for expat bankers as Hong Kong lenders trim staff - South China Morning Post
HSBC’s Greater China head Helen Wong quits as bank loses second heavyweight in a week - South China Morning Post
Hong Kong’s insurance sales to mainland Chinese policy holders plunge as daily images of mayhem and protest rallies deter arrivals - South China Morning Post
Overseas bank branches' profits grow - Taipei Times


Investors eye leveraged, inverse ETFs amid high market volatility - The Korea Herald
Japan Post ordered to report about inappropriate insurance sales - Jiji Press
'Korea needs new data bill for fintech development' - The Korea Times
Shinhan's AI-based investment advisory approved - The Korea Times
Who will be next Eximbank CEO? - The Korea Times


Bancassurance becomes main service earner for banks - Viet Nam News
Malaysia charges Goldman Sachs executives in 1MDB scandal - The Wall Street Journal
Landbank to triple low-interest loans to farmers, fisherfolk - Philippine Daily Inquirer
PNB trims profit to P3.9B in H1 - The Philippine Star
Q2 jump in special mention loans bodes ill - Bangkok Post
A S$10m fund with a difference to address Singapore's social issues - The Business Times


Central bank's new rule of calculating the spread rate decimates stock market - Kathmandu Post
SBP imposes penalties on banks - The News International
Anurag Adlakha appointed Yes Bank chief financial officer - Financial Express
BoI, Syndicate Bank, Allahabad Bank cut MCLRs by up to 25 basis points - Financial Express
DHFL seeks Rs 15,000-crore lifeline - Press Trust of India


400,000 NAB customers notified of junk insurance class action - Insurance Business Australia
AMP CEO faces $4.6 million bonus cut - Insurance Business Australia
RBS boss' appointment paves way for early arrival of McEwan - The Sydney Morning Herald
CBA was 'decisive' dealing with misconduct: Ralph Norris hits back at criticism - The Sydney Morning Herald
'Get over it, go broke, move on': Financial planners rocked by banks' exit - The Sydney Morning Herald
'End the super ­culture war' - The Australian
Banks resist ASIC loan crackdown - The Australian Financial Review
Bankwest slashes waiting times to attract borrowers - The Australian Financial Review

The Daily Dose Asia-Pacific "Headlines" edition aggregates banking, financial services and insurance headlines from the websites of a limited number of major Asian and Australian publication titles and newswires, with an editorial deadline of 5:30 a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by an automated service and may not be entirely accurate.