A recent fine by US regulators on the New York branch of Mega International Commercial Bank has led to demands for overseas branches of Taiwanese lenders to collect more comprehensive information about their clients. This is causing fears that the credit approval process for syndicated loans will lengthen, while banks will also find it tricky to lend to smaller borrowers. Shruti Chaturvedi reports.
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