New Frontiers for China's Policy Banks - A report from Finastra and Kapronasia

One of the paramount challenges for banks in the 21st century is ensuring that their technology infrastructure is optimized to support their core business. For Chinese policy banks, which are venturing into different kinds of sovereign lending, and syndicated loans in particular, certain bottlenecks exist that can be more effectively surmounted by adopting distributed ledger technology (DLT) and artificial intelligence (AI).

Published: May 2020

Report Description

Harnessing new technologies is one way to enhance project finance work. Another way is to accelerate cooperation with international counterparts. These global policy banks have extensive experience with sovereign lending, and could support Chinese developments banks in their adoption of best practices. Among the international policy banks which could be suitable partners for Chinese policy banks are the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank and France’s Agence Francaise de Développement (AFD).

Finally, the novel coronavirus outbreak has made clear the need for enhanced pandemic prevention and control measures worldwide. At the same time, climate change remains a pressing problem that the international community must work together to resolve. For Chinese policy banks, there is an unprecedented opportunity to undertake project finance work that can support sustainable business practices, environmental protection, and public health...

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New Frontiers for China's Policy Banks - A report from Finastra and Kapronasia Report Details

  • Number of Pages: 16
  • Number of Tables & Charts: 0

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: The Seeds of Change
  • Driving Demand
  • Regulatory Approaches
  • The Future of Open Banking in Asia-Pacific
  • Conclusions: Intensifying Competition Unlocks New Opportunities
  • Closing Words