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Investment chief Vincent Mortier says UK pension debacle highlights ‘shadow banking’ risks
Borrowers’ exposure to rising rates heightens risk for managers with less defensive portfolios
Former deputy governor Paul Tucker says UK central bank must adopt comprehensive regulation of the sector
This realm beyond regulators is where the next crisis will arise
How the lure of fat fees made banks forget the lessons of the crisis
There are worrying pockets of bizarre price behaviour in the shadow banking world
Finance group is a minnow but provides a useful illustration of where risks can lie
Effort to control predatory lending could cause greater harm to SMEs, analysts say
Leon Black wanted to buy a bank. Then he came up with something even better.
US investment group is a major source of financing for America’s struggling midsized businesses
Lobby groups led by UK Finance warn there is likelihood of ‘severe’ impact to borrowers
Regulators have a chance to show they have not been defanged
Chinese crackdown and stock market declines threw sector’s growth into reverse in 2018
Non-bank lender Dewan Housing presents the country’s code a chance to prove its worth
Dewan Housing Finance has been among biggest casualties of country’s credit squeeze
Regulators have eased deleveraging efforts to help boost economic growth
Crisis-hit finance company offers board seats in exchange for private equity injection
Bets on expensive property go bad in downturn, scaring off buyers and choking credit
Small businesses are worried they will be unable to secure new funding
The rise of fake degrees.
An Australian example.
Private companies could benefit if slowing economy pushes officials to tap risky finance
Contraction of $9.1tn sector is win for regulators but problem for cash-starved companies
Fate of foreign holdings in question as onshore credit tightens
A return of shadow finance may be needed to stop the economic bleeding