Chinese regulator issued draft rules on Tuesday which increases types of assets that banks are required to recognise as non-performing loans (NPLs) to tighten oversight of banks’ asset quality.
Chinese banks are required to recognize not only bad loans but also defaulted bonds, souring interbank assets and off-balance sheet businesses as non-performing assets, and set aside more capital as a buffer, according to a statement released by . . .
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