Dancing to CoCos

20 Dec 2016 By Jun Yang

Smaller Chinese banks need to raise billions of dollars in loss-absorbing bonds. Having to raise regulatory capital is supposed to curb risky behaviour. But state support means mainland banks pay far less than European peers. That gives them little incentive to sober up.

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