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Tuesday's headlines, Financials edition

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GREATER CHINA

China disposes of $289 billion of bad loans in 2019: regulator - Reuters
Mexican bank Banorte inks deal with China's Sinosure to boost trade - Reuters
Chinese firms implemented $203 billion debt-to-equity swaps in 2019 - Reuters
Goldman Readies a Hiring Spree and Capital to Meet Its China Ambitions - Bloomberg News
Goldman Plans to Double China Headcount to 600 in Five Years - Bloomberg News
Banking Regulator Lays Out Top Tasks for 2020 - Caixin
Hong Kong hits major fintech milestone as half the city’s population signs up for HKMA’s Faster Payment System - South China Morning Post
KPMG names APAC head of insurance - Insurance Business

JAPAN AND KOREA

Private moneylenders on edge of meltdown - The Korea Times
Visa Korea to expand consulting services on big data analysis - The Korea Times
Delay of IFRS 17 introduction to be discussed next month - The Korea Times
Financial firms urged to move beyond 'green capitalism' - The Korea Times
Goldman Sachs, SK to invest W50 bil. in cold chain logistics center - The Korea Times
BOK to keep policy rate steady amid signs of recovery - The Korea Times

ASEAN

State-owned insurer Asabri faces corruption allegation after stocks plunge - The Jakarta Post
MPR calls for thorough audit of state-owned insurers following Jiwasraya, Asabri debacle - The Jakarta Post
Asabri says $728.9 million losses 'only temporary', claim payments unaffected - The Jakarta Post
BI imposes fixed fees on QRIS transactions, targets 15 million merchants in 2020 - The Jakarta Post
Bursa to engage the industry again on proposed interim reporting framework - The Sun
UOB digital bank eyes S$10b Asean millennial market - The Business Times
EFA makes first close of planned US$300m APAC private credit fund - The Business Times
Firms eye customized banking services- BusinessWorld
Agency banking transactions rose in 2019 - BusinessWorld
RCBC takes digital banking to the next level - The Philippine Star

SOUTH ASIA

Lifeline From India's Biggest Bank Offers Beaten Builders Hope - Bloomberg News
First Glimpse Into Indian Defaulters' $25 Billion Debt Pile - Bloomberg News
The costs of digital financialization in India - Mint
Govt to make single regulator for pension products to tap long term funds - Indo-Asian News Service
Bengaluru bank blames 62 dud loans for crisis, chairman says money '100% safe' - Indo-Asian News Service
Banks, bankers may face fines for poor progress over RBI's June 7 circular - Business Standard
Bidder eligibility on agenda when DHFL creditors meet on 16 Jan - Mint
ICICI Bank seeks recovery of amounts from Chanda Kochhar - Press Trust of India
MoneyGram, EbixCash sign deal to expand money transfer services in India - Mint
Standard Chartered appoints Samrat Khosla as Head – Wealth Management, India - The Economic Times
Reliance Home Finance gave Rs 12,000 crore loans to 'indirectly linked' borrowers: Forensic audit - The Economic Times
Reliance Home investors plan more actions to recover dues - The Economic Times
BB nods to new NBFI amid soaring bad loans - Dhaka Tribune

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

AMP takes an axe to post-Hayne super suite - The Australian Financial Times
Bank-owned funds must not be given a 'free pass' - The Australian Financial Times
EML Payments wins NSW Health pay deal - The Australian Financial Times
Bain Capital promotes its first Australian partner - The Australian Financial Times
Dividend cuts loom at big banks as bushfires add to woes: Morgan Stanley -The Australian
Alert on insurance services loophole - The Australian
Westpac to pay mortgages for customers whose homes have been destroyed by bushfires - 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.