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Wednesday's headlines, Financials edition

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GREATER CHINA

Jack Ma's Booming Loan Business Threatens Visa, AmEx in China - Bloomberg News
China's Sovereign Wealth Fund Chooses Veteran Banker as Chief Supervisor - Caixin
PBOC leaves interest rates unchanged - China Daily
FSC fines Bank SinoPac, E.Sun Bank - Taipei Times
Chinese regulator tightens overseas derivative trading rules for state firms - Reuters
China's Baoshang Bank to be taken over by local governments, state firms - Reuters

JAPAN AND KOREA

Bank of Japan Leaves Rates Unchanged, Raises Growth Forecasts - Bloomberg News
Ex-Samsung Life execs seize control of group's financial arms - The Korea Times
KSD takes initiative in job creation for sustainable growth - The Korea Times
Banks likely to ease lending to firms, but tighten household loans: poll - Yonhap News Agency
BOJ says central bank group to assess digital currency possibilities - Reuters

ASEAN

House sets up working committee to oversee 'worrying' financial services - The Jakarta Post
Short-term rates to remain stable on BNM’s operations - The Sun
China property giant Greenland Group to join digibank fray: Lianhe Zaobao - The Business Times
PHL banking sector seen to weather risks this year on economy’s strength - Philippine Daily Inquirer
Mastercard takes in 27 potential smart cities - Bangkok Post
Agencies meet on steps to boost liquidity - The Nation

SOUTH ASIA

India May Ease Rules to Help Companies Boost Overseas Borrowings - Bloomberg News
Adani Capital acquires Essel Finance's MSME lending business - Mint
Uco Bank to on board fintech firms for borrowers' input - The Economic Times
Lenders put cash flows of about 500 stressed companies' under lens - The Economic Times
RBI says crypto not banned, but don't bank on it - The Economic Times
Irdai decides to defer implementation of IndAS in insurance sector - Business Standard
To enhance liquidity for NBFCs, HFCs, CII suggests easing of certain norms - Press Trust of India

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

NAB hit with class action over MySuper 'rip-off' - The Australian Financial Review
Aberdeen Standard, Hub24 target financial advice orphans - The Australian Financial Review
RateSetter mulls $300 million IPO; Highbury snags advisory role - The Australian Financial Review
Afterpay's plea for regulatory support - The Australian Financial Review
Banks cautious about open data proposal - The Australian
Judo Bank gets a hold in the banking market - The Australian
Where to next for interest rates? ANZ makes its call - The New Zealand Herald
APRA could oversee Facebook's controversial cryptocurrency play Libra - The Sydney Morning Herald

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.