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Tuesday's headlines, Financials edition

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China's central bank resumes open market operation after 36-day suspension - Xinhua News Agency
Hong Kong-listed stock broker Haitong International to hire 500 wealth managers as it bucks downturn - South China Morning Post
Hong Kong stocks end flat as trading volume ebbs on caution - The Nikkei


Lee reappointed NongHyup Bank CEO - The Korea Times
Lotte to sell off private financing unit - The Korea Herald
Regulator bolsters guidelines on equity-tied securities to better protect investors - Yonhap News Agency
Korean Financial Companies Increasing Their Overseas Direct Investment - BusinessKorea


Security Bank eyes P50 billion from peso-bond issuance - The Philippine Star
Metrobank's bond reissue yields P18B in fresh funds - BusinessWorld
Tighter watch needed to spot derivatives risks - BusinessWorld
Malaysia's CIMB unveils first Philippine branch - The Philippine Star
Malaysia's CIMB denies security breach but customers say thousands lost to scammers - The Business Times
CIMB files arbitration to stop PLUS RFID - The Star


Govt opens managing director post at SBI to other PSB executives - Business Standard
Axis Bank's new CEO remuneration gets approval from shareholders - Business Standard
Bank of Baroda to shut three overseas branches by June - Press Trust of India
HC rejects plea against LIC move to acquire 51% stake in IDBI - The Hindu Business Line
Union Bank of India targets ₹50,000-cr business from mid-corporate vertical - The Hindu Business Line


NAB chief Andrew Thorburn to take extended leave - The Australian
ASIC wants access to AMP-Clayton documents - The Australian
CBL shareholder opposes liquidation plan - Insurance Business
RBNZ wants big four banks to 'stand on their own in New Zealand' - 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 6 a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by an automated service and may not be entirely accurate.