Southeast Asia banks defy global economic slowdown: S&P

Banks in Southeast Asia are likely to successfully navigate external pressures although lenders in Singapore and Vietnam are the most vulnerable in the region, according to the rating agency.

  • 06 Aug 2012

Southeast Asian banks are circumventing the economic slowdown of Europe with defensive strategies and selective growth to manage exposures, as well as taking advantage of opportunities left by retreating European banks, which leaves them well-placed to do well, believes Standard & Poor’s (S&P).

“We expect adequate financial profiles and ...

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