Warning to US banks: Chinese risks are closer than they appear, The Hill

American Banker
May 30, 2017

Moody’s recent downgrade of China and Hong Kong should signal to bank risk managers and bank regulators that they need to verify that large banks can calculate their credit and market risk exposures to East Asia. Moody’s downgraded China from A1 to Aa3 on May 24. The rating agency had last downgraded China 23 years ago, in June 1989 during the Tiananmen Square Massacre…Read More

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