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Thursday's headlines, Financials edition

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Thursday's headlines, Financials edition

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GREATER CHINA

PBoC improves policy communication - Central Banking
Breakingviews - Citic and CLSA will survive boss departure - Reuters
J. Safra Sarasin Stands With Accused Employee - finews.com
HK residents can open mainland banking accounts in Hong Kong - Xinhua News Agency

JAPAN AND KOREA

Gov't cuts view on Japan economy, 1st in 3 yrs amid China slowdown - The Mainichi
Bank of Japan inches back presence in bond market - The Nikkei
SC Bank CEO challenged to boost profitability - The Korea Times
BOK board member warns of 'financial imbalance' - The Korea Times
Korea's financial regulator takes backseat on card transaction fee dispute - The Korea Herald
Korea's KIC seeks advisory firm to review accounting standards - Asia Asset Management

ASEAN

BAY targets expansion of commercial business - Bangkok Post
Malaysia wants "commercially and economically sound" foreign investments, PM says - Asia Asset Management
MAS builds in-house tool to spot rogue trading early, with 98% accuracy - The Business Times
StanChart to inject over US$2.5b CET1 capital into local unit in business transfer - The Business Times
Fines totalling S$16.8m slapped on 42 financial firms in Singapore in 18 mths ended December '18 - The Business Times
VietinBank to divest from Saigonbank in Q2 - Viet Nam News

SOUTH ASIA

Bank lending finds a big boost in shadow banksThe Economic Times
Shriram City aims for quarterly reduction in NPAs - The Hindu Business Line
Now, pay taxes, corporation fees at ICICI Bank's centre - The Hindu
ICCI urges banks to provide easy credit facility to SMEsBusiness Recorder

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

Australia bank regulator expects climate to be included in risk management - Reuters
Australia's falling home prices not yet a threat to banks: RBA - Reuters
Mutuals outgrow big four in loans - The Australian
AMP takes axe to executive pay, bonuses - The Australian
Reserve urges 'stingy' banks to open up the credit floodgates - The Australian

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 6 a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by an automated service and may not be entirely accurate.