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China to help banks replenish capital through various channels - Reuters
China to further stipulate financial information services - Xinhua News Agency
E-payment service rules may be eased, Koo says - Taipei Times
FSC to complete bank inspections on charges by July - Taipei Times


Mizuho to launch digital currency to promote cashless payments in March - The Nikkei
CEO replacement brawl hints at leadership strife within Shinhan Group - The Korea Herald
BOK to maintain accommodative monetary policy stance in 2019 - The Korea Herald


China Bank to open 23 new branches - BusinessWorld
Thrift banks' bad loans expand at end-October - BusinessWorld
Manulife, China Bank unit launches new fund - Philippine Daily Inquirer
Central bank warns of P2P lending - Viet Nam News
Hà Nội Stock Exchange improves operation - Viet Nam News


IL&FS names retired IAS officer Bijay Kumar as deputy MD - Press Trust of India
CVC examining audit reports of PSU banks, insurers - Press Trust of India
Appoint at least 2 more independent directors: Sebi to Govt - Mint
General insurers planning a registry of serial offenders - The Hindu Business Line
Allahabad Bank seeks ₹800 cr from divestment - The Hindu Business Line
Strike hits banking operations - The Hindu Business Line
Banking division cracks the whip on state banks - The Daily Star


Bank shares safe as house prices in 2018 - The Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac, ANZ and Coles-Myer hit by technical issues during Boxing Day sales- The West 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.