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China's top brokerage affirms global drive after CLSA exodus - The Nikkei
Citigroup fires eight Hong Kong traders - Financial Times
PICC president Liu Hong under investigation - China Daily
China Issues More Rules for Review of Listing on New Tech Board - Bloomberg News
Breakthroughs in China's financial market opening-up: central bank governor - Xinhua News Agency


Japan braces for financial disruption when Akihito abdicates - Financial Times
JPX set to acquire Tokyo Commodity Exchange - Financial Times
Shinhan to focus on 'innovation finance' - The Korea Times


IC renews Pru Life license - The Philippine Star
BSP expects inflation to ease until Q4 - The Philippine Star
BSP seen cutting bank reserve ratio thrice this year - The Philippine Star
Central bank regulates bitcoin ATMs - The Philippine Star
Banks still expect monetary easing - Philippine Daily Inquirer
BPI, BDO announce unavailability of services due to systems upgrade - The Philippine Star
PDIC eyes P141 M from April asset sale - The Philippine Star


Andhra Bank proposal to raise capital gets EGM nod - The Hindu
IDBI Bank, IOB dissent against Srei-backed resolution plan for DCHL - Business Standard
Karnataka Bank reports Rs 13 cr fraud to RBI - Press Trust of India
SBI raises Rs 1,251 crore by issuing Basel III-compliant bonds - Press Trust of India
RBI defers launch of IndAs again, awaits amendments to the banking laws - Business Standard
Punjab National Bank sets recovery target of Rs 10K crore for Q4, says MD Sunil Mehta - Times Now


Small banks seek fairer funding - The Australian
Senior Australian traders among those sacked by Citi in Hong Kong - The Australian Financial Review
Consequence for legal brinkmanship: ASIC sounds warning to the banks - The Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC chalks up hefty legal bill for commission - The Australian
AEW eyes $400m deal as Challenger offloads assets - The Australian
Hayne commission leaves banks' wealth plans in disarray - The Sydney Morning Herald
S'pore and Australia fintech associations ink MOU to collaborate - The Straits Times
RBNZ expected to hold rate at 1.75 pct, doubts about long-term track - The New Zealand 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.