Taiwanese banks tweak lending strategy with India, Aus in more focus

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By Pan Yue
12 Dec 2019

Taiwanese banks are increasingly getting sign-offs for larger commitments for loans from southeast Asia, India and Australia, as well as for lower priced deals and longer tenor transactions from these regions. This is as Taiwan’s lenders continue to step away from Chinese borrowers, writes Pan Yue.

Taiwanese banks have long been reducing their exposure to Chinese loan borrowers. But this year their refocus has been more pronounced. So far this year, Taiwanese banks have committed a total of $1.56bn to Indian dollar deals with a 4% market share, compared with 3% during the same ...

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