State oil giant Saudi Aramco said it’s lining up banks for its long-awaited initial public offering as the sale is now imminent.
Piraeus Bank will launch a reward programme for borrowers with home loans who service their debt regularly and have no arrears, Greece’s largest lender by assets said on Tuesday.
Head of OCBC’s China unit Kng Hwee Tin has resigned after more than three decades with the bank to join CapitaLand as chief executive officer, finance and corporate services, China, effective on Oct 1.
Zambia’s central bank is opposed to proposed constitutional changes that include removing the legal requirement for parliament to approve new government loans.
Lee Dong-gull, chairman of the state-run Korea Development Bank, suggested Tuesday that the government should consider merging the country’s two policy finance institutions — KDB and the Export-Import Bank of Korea — for state budget efficiency and innovative growth.
South Korean business associations have formed a consultative group to support local companies seeking to secure original technologies related to parts, materials and equipment through acquisitions and investments.
Egypt’s annual inflation eased in August to its lowest level since the start of 2013, paving the way for a new round of interest-rate cuts by the central bank when it meets later this month.
China’s consumer inflation rate kept up an accelerated pace in August as the price of pork, a mainstay of the Chinese diet, rose at its fastest clip in eight years.
The safety of client data is – not least for reasons of banking secrecy – a sensitive issue for Swiss banking.
I have a tracker mortgage for €80,000 taken out for a self-build six-bedroom house.