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  • Banker Survey: November 2013 December 03, 2013

    Our monthly survey of 100 loan officers finds that credit continues to tighten. Loan quotas are shrinking, demand is down and strengthened inter-financial institution lending regulations…

  • Banker Survey: April 2013 May 03, 2013

    Our monthly survey of 100 loan officers finds that new RMB loans will likely moderately decline in April, but this is due to quota tightening, rather than lack of underlying demand.

  • On the Ground: SME Loan Access January 09, 2013

    Pacific Epoch interviewed SME lending officers to examine the loan access situation facing SMEs, finding that de facto interest rate liberalization and improved bank infrastructure…

  • Banker Survey: December January 08, 2013

    Our monthly survey suggest that loan demand fell in December, but this was largely seasonal. TSF should rise, and we expect effective demand to continue to trend up, which portends…

  • Banker Survey: November November 30, 2012

    November’s survey revealed that the 18th CCP Congress had little impact on lending, while revealing a generalized confidence that a moderate recovery in economic activity is…

  • Banker Survey: October Update November 02, 2012

    Pacific Epoch examines the results of our proprietary survey of 100 loan officers across China, finding that while lending may have fallen, there is little reason for negativity

  • Banker Survey Alert: October October 31, 2012

    In advance of the full report, Pacific Epoch highlights some of the key findings from our proprietary survey of 100 loan officers across China

  • Macro Dashboard: September October 24, 2012

    Our September Macro Dashboard highlights the weakness revealed by Q3 data, but sees some green shoots of recovery looking forward

  • Jan New Lending Tops RMB 1t; M2 Growth Eases to 17% February 15, 2011

    Chinese banks extended RMB 1.04 trillion in RMB-denominated new loans in January, bringing the total balance of credit outstanding among Chinese financial institutions by the end…