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  • Huaxia Bank, China Bohai Bank, Bank of China, China Merchants Bank and The Bank of East Asia’s unit were penalised in latest move
  • Penalty signals an escalation in efforts to stamp out irregularities and maintain financial stability amid an economic recovery

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> Visit SCMP Knowledge[url=][/url][url=][/url][url=][/url]<a href=[/img]The front entrance to the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission in Beijing. Photo: CCTV.comChina has penalised five of the nation’s
[url=https://www.scmp.com/topics/banking-finance]lenders in yet another warning shot to the industry to stamp out misconduct and tame financial-market risks to strengthen an economic recovery.The China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) fined the lenders 366 million yuan ($56.8 million) in total for breaking a myriad of rules and regulations, it said in a statement on Friday. It also vowed to step up the pressure to maintain financial stability.
The move signaled
[url=https://www.scmp.com/business/banking-finance/article/3108279/what-chinas-clampdown-online-microlending-means-fintech]an escalation in the state’s enforcement actions following a series of measures across various industries over the past six months. Among others, authorities fined five lenders in September for irregularities, handed Alibaba Group Holding (the owner of this newspaper) a record fine in April, started a probe into food-delivery platform operator Meituan on its market practices and recently took steps to clamp down on
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一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
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China Fines Four Banks $828,000 for Property Lending Violations

Caixin Global| Jun 9, 2021 at 8:15 AM

  • China’s banking regulator fined four banks a total of 5.3 million yuan ($828,000) for failure to review personal consumption loans and business loans that were used to buy real estate.
  • The Beijing branches of Postal Savings Bank of China, China Merchants Bank and China Guangfa Bank, and two branches of Shanghai Pudong Development Bank in Beijing were ordered to immediately take effective measures to improve credit business procedures, recover loans that violated regulations and hold responsible persons to account.
  • In March, the CBIRC, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the central bank ordered a nationwide inspection of business loans, targeting borrowers illicitly using individual or corporate business credit to speculate in the housing market.


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一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
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一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
The regulatory approval of DBS’s majority-owned Chinese securities joint venture should open up more opportunities for Singaporeans to gain valuable experience working in China. But too many Singaporeans in the finance sector lack the willingness and the language skills to move to the mainland.
DBS Securities (China) started its business operations yesterday after receiving its securities business license from the China Securities Regulatory Commission. While the bank has not commented specifically on jobs, Neil Ge, China head of DBS Group, said in a statement that the establishment of DBS Securities will support the “continuous expansion of DBS’s onshore business platforms”. The firm wants to provide “more comprehensive financial services to Chinese customers”. This strongly suggests that DBS plans to grow its headcount on the mainland.
The Singaporean firm already employs more than 1,900 people in China, where it operates 12 branches and 23 sub-branches, which focus primarily on institutional banking and wealth management. The new securities JV pits DBS against global banks – including HSBC, UBS, Citi, JP Morgan, and Goldman Sachs – as China opens up its $45 trillion financial markets and relaxes ownership caps for foreign firms. All these banks are competing for a slice of this market and for bankers who can tap mainland client networks. “It’s fair to say that DBS will have a lot of competition on its hands when hiring over there, and the front-office talent pool in investment banking is still fairly immature in China,” says a headhunter.
DBS also has the option of transferring Singapore-based staff to China, or hiring from other banks in Singapore – but this may not be so straightforward. “Too few Singaporeans want to take up opportunities on the mainland. The bulk of my peers have chosen to stay in Singapore, which is a very comfortable place to live and has a stable business culture. Doing business in China is exciting, but much more challenging,” says a banker at a US firm in Singapore, who previously worked in China.
Moreover, as we reported earlier this year, many Singaporean finance professionals don’t know Mandarin well enough to succeed in a job where it’s the main means of communication. “Singapore-level Mandarin is only a foundation; it doesn’t allow you to pick up nuances in translations or understand technical terms,” says the banker.
Former banker Liu San Li, who now works as a recruiter, says Singaporeans of Chinese descent typically can’t converse in Mandarin without having to inject English into the conversation. Their ability to write in business-standard Chinese also lets them down.
Taking an internal transfer to China with DBS could, however, provide the perfect platform to improve your Mandarin. “An in-house move may be less pressurised because within the same bank you’re more likely to be given time to improve your Mandarin,” says the headhunter.
“The best way to get your Mandarin up to business standard isn’t via a training course; it’s by taking a job or secondment in China. Singaporeans who have the foresight and the guts to navigate China and learn Mandarin properly will be in a strong position in the job market when they return, or if they choose to stay in North Asia,” says the banker from the US firm.



一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
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週四盤前,美國股指期貨漲跌互現,道指期貨在波音和高盛的帶動漲140點。同時,此前數據顯示美國CPI再次超預期,不過初請失業金人數意外弱於預期,在一定程度上抵消了CPI高於預期的影響。
數據顯示,美國5月CPI年率從4.2%大幅升值5.0%,高於市場預期的4.7%,再次刷新2008年以來新高。同時,核心CPI年率也從3.0%飆升至3.8%,高於市場預期的3.4%,創1992年5月以來新高。
不過,初請失業金人數不及市場預期靚麗,為37.6萬,高於市場預期的37萬。與此同時,上周的初請失業金人數也大幅上修,從原本的38.5萬上修至40.5萬。失業金數據顯示,美國勞動力市場復蘇之路並非一帆風順,可能仍然需要美聯儲提供支撐。
數據公佈後,美國股指期貨短暫跳水,但隨後再度回升,仍處於日內波動區間。
前一交易日, 美股橫盤拉鋸, 道指跌0.44%, 標普500跌0.18%, 納指跌0.09%。
截至香港時間20:58(美國東部時間上午08:58),Investing.com美股行情顯示,標普500指數期貨漲7.88點或約0.19%,報4,226.38點;道指期貨漲140.5點或約0.41%,報34,577.5點;納斯達克100指數期貨跌11.13點或約0.08%,報13,803.12點。
盤前個股
專案管理軟體提供商 Monday .com定價每股155美元,今日登陸納斯達克
專案管理軟體提供商Monday.com IPO定價為每股155美元,高於預期125-140美元的區間上限,發行股數為370萬股,估值約達68億美元。該股將於今日在納斯達克掛牌上市,股票代碼為“MNDY”。
遊戲驛站第一季度虧損超預期,擬增發及收到SEC調查通知
遊戲驛站第一季度財報顯示,公司每股虧損1.01美元,虧損幅度高於市場預期的0.75美元;但營收約為12.8億美元,超過預期的11.59億美元。不過,遊戲驛站還表示,擬出售多達500萬股普通股以及收到美國證監會(SEC)的協助調查函。美國證監會要求遊戲驛站提供有關檔和資訊。盤前,遊戲驛站(NYSE:GME)跌7.99%。

散戶概念股熱度減弱,AMC院線公司 (NYSE:AMC)跌4.01%,高斯電子 (NASDAQ:KOSS)跌1.14%,黑莓 (NYSE:BB)跌4.68%,Workhorse Group Inc (NASDAQ:WKHS)跌3.43%。Clover Health(NASDAQ:CLOV)跌4.85%。
波音(NYSE:BA)漲1.26%,消息稱美聯航正在洽談採購至少100架波音737 Max飛機 。同時,另一隻道指成分股高盛集團 (NYSE:GS)漲1.10%。
特斯拉(NASDAQ:TSLA)漲0.70%。 特斯拉將於明日交付高性能車型Model S Plaid。據其官方推特帳戶稱,特斯拉將於當地時間19:00在該公司位於美國加州的弗里蒙特超級工廠交付首輛Model S Plaid。
Booking Holdings(NASDAQ:BKNG)跌0.18%,消息稱義大利稅務警方認為Booking.com涉嫌逃稅1.53億歐元。Booking.com方面表示,公司近期確實收到了一份審計報告,並稱“公司計畫與義大利稅務部門進行全面合作討論。”




一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
BDA Partners is pleased to announce that its client, Kim Dental, Vietnam’s largest private dental care platform, has raised US$24m in Series B round. The investment was led by ABC World Asia, a PE fund dedicated to impact investing across Asia, seeded by Temasek. Proceeds from the round, which saw participation from existing backer Aura Private Equity, among others, will support Kim Dental in expanding the delivery of affordable and reliable oral health services across Vietnam.
Kim Dental owns and operates a fast-growing network of 19 dental clinics across four cities. The clinics provide dental check-ups and treatments as well as more advanced orthodontics, prosthodontics, oral surgery and implants. Kim Dental employs 120 dentists and dental surgeons, as well as over 600 clinical and operational staff serving over 23,000 patients per month. Kim Dental also operates a dental laboratory to support its clinic network with in-house production of crowns, dentures and bridges.
BDA Partners was the exclusive financial advisor to Kim Dental on the transaction.
David Heng, CEO of ABC World Asia, said, “The improvement of health outcomes is a key impact focus for us. Oral health, despite being a key component of primary healthcare, is often neglected and poses a major public health concern in developing countries. Kim Dental is delivering affordable and quality oral healthcare to communities across Vietnam. With its comprehensive approach towards professionalizing dental operations, improving clinical training, and elevating customer service, Kim Dental is driving positive oral health outcomes anchored on affordability, quality, awareness, and prevention. We look forward to supporting Kim Dental as it continues to contribute to universal health coverage, and prevent and control non-communicable diseases in Vietnam through better oral health.”
Andrew Nai, Director of Aura Private Equity, said, “Aura Private Equity was an early investor in Kim Dental and is proud to follow on in this landmark round led by ABC World Asia. Aura Private Equity was attracted to Kim Dental as the market leader in Vietnam, providing world class oral hygiene services at affordable prices. We see strong community outcomes, as well as a significant market in Vietnam for affordable healthcare. This transaction is a milestone for Aura Private Equity, especially in light of COVID-19. It’s our first collaboration with ABC World Asia, and we’re delighted to partner with them to support Kim Dental’s founders in further scaling their business.”
Viet Huynh, CFO of Kim Dental, said, “With the support of ABC World Asia, Aura Private Equity and other new investors, Kim Dental is well-positioned to expand our delivery of international-quality oral healthcare to fast-growing communities across the country. We’ll continue to work hard to increase access, quality, and demand for oral healthcare in Vietnam, and contribute to more positive overall healthcare outcomes.”
Andrew Huntley, Managing Partner of BDA Partners, and Head of Healthcare, said, “This is the second transaction in two weeks in the dental ecosystem on which BDA has advised. We’re pleased to have used our insights and expertise to help Kim Dental find the ideal partners to fund its growth in the exciting Vietnam dental space.”
Huong Trinh, Managing Director of BDA Partners, said, “We’re happy to have advised Kim Dental on the Series B raise. This transaction reaffirms BDA’s ability to deliver the best results for clients irrespective of the pandemic, to connect fast-growing local businesses with international PE firms.”

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一國兩制 已成泡影
司法獨立 形同虛設
胡適曾說過:爭你自己的自由就是爭國家的自由,因為自由平等的國家不是一群奴才建造得起來的
人大全面閹割香港民主選舉,卻美化說是「完善」
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