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Asset-liability management is also one of the key areas the regulator is focusing on for the newly launched tax-deferred pension insurance product due to its long-term features.
Related: Credit Hotspot: Trade Protectionism Regulators in most Asia-Pacific (APAC) markets are likely to remain proactive in their use of macroprudential measures, and this could have a greater near-term impact on banks' operating environment and credit profiles than the adoption of Basel III global standards.That said, Basel III will play an important positive role over the longer term, as rules are fully implemented.Credit Market Research - Macro Risks & Trends Economics - Forecasts, analysis, and macro research, led by Chief Economist Brian Coulton ESG Risk - ESG research and insight Fitch Wire - Timely, thought-provoking analysis Inside Credit - Weekly recap of research and commentary Interest Rates - Commentary on the evolving interest rate environment Outlooks - Search and read 2018 Outlooks Ratings - Latest ratings across all sectors Free Reports - Sample Fitch's perspective A global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries. Add BACARDÍ Carta Blanca rum to the cool crispness of freshly squeezed lime and mint on ice.To grow through successful exploration and accretive acquisitions of development-stage precious metals properties. Generating "dramatic growth" in gold production and cash flow.
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The Brexit plan formulated by the Conservative cabinet late last week would position the UK for a relatively soft exit from the EU, but it faces significant challenges.
It is not clear that the plan in its current form will be acceptable to EU negotiators and the UK parliament, as highlighted by today's resignations of two senior cabinet ministers.
Weakening capitalisation and profitability in recent years have started to challenge supranational institutions' credit profiles.
We expect credit metrics to stabilise, but this will partly depend on shareholders' willingness to provide additional capital.
However, capital shortages, asset-quality problems and regulatory efforts to address these weaknesses are likely to constrain the growth of even stronger banks over the next two years.