Tag Archives: China

Chat with Tang Ning, founder of Creditease, world’s largest P2P lender who wants to be a full service wealth player

I have been spending a lot time building my understanding of the peer-to-peer industry. You will be seeing some of my thinking coming through in the completely revamped The Asian Banker's Future of Finance Summit 2017 in June. In December … Continue reading…

The way China’s State Council makes its most important decisions

Something that dawned on me as I analyzed the current liquidity crisis engulfing the Chinese banking industry was to reflect on the way in which China’s top policy making body, the State Council, delays or sidesteps its most important decisions. … Continue reading…

If I read China’s latest liquidity crisis right…

The manner in which the banking liquidity crisis currently underway in China is being reported and discussed worldwide by the media, analysts and very respected academics, as an attempt “to teach banks a lesson” baffles me. There is no central … Continue reading…

China’s coming crisis … notes from my speech at AmCham

I will be giving an early morning speech to the Financial Services Group at the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Singapore on Tuesday 18 October, 2011
The following is the outline of what I am going to be saying (to … Continue reading…