ON THE COVER
Can the scrapping of notes used in the bulk of the nation’s cash transactions finally catapult India’s banking system into the 21st century?
Putting a career transaction banker in charge of Deutsche Bank’s business in Asia sends out a statement. But of what, exactly?
One country alone has closed the gender gap at the top of finance, and it’s Asia’s fastest-growing large economy.
Ashish Kumar Chauhan just floated the Bombay Stock Exchange. What’s next in his battle plans to best arch-rival the NSE?
Yangon’s licensed commercial bankers are still waiting for regulators to implement reforms they hope will make the system fit for purpose.
The extent of Bangladesh’s banks’ bad debts is an embarrassment. A handful of well-run private-sector banks are showing the way forward.
CEO Selim Hussain has shaken up one of Bangladesh’s best-known banks by putting SMEs back at the heart of its lending policy.
It’s boom time in Colombo’s property markets. Will the banks financing the building spree end up paying for it when the bubble bursts?
Private equity firms are bringing new money, expertise and fresh ideas to Colombo, hoping to rejuvenate Sri Lanka’s investment scene.
Confidence is rising in Pakistan as a surge in investor demand suggests the country’s latest period of growth will be sustainable.
China’s helping to improve Pakistan’s creaking infrastructure. What do the big projects mean for the country’s domestic banks?
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