Policy holds key role in China's TLAC task

By Tyler Davies
28 Mar 2019

Chinese banks will require a helping hand to comply with international standards on loss-absorbing capacity, as they go from being part-time users of the global capital markets to big players in debt financing. Luckily for them, domestic regulators appear increasingly keen for the banking sector to be recapitalised. Tyler Davies reports

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