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CNCBI Cross-border Banking Demand Index

Hong Kong's first quarterly leading index revealing the changes in Hong Kong's banking service demand from companies and individuals from mainland China.


The 2Q2017 CNCBI Cross-border Banking Demand Index increases 0.8 to 57.2, indicating that Mainland China's demand for Hong Kong's cross-border banking services bounces back notably. Corporate Demand Index and Individuals Demand Index are up 0.5 and 2.1 to 55.5 and 64.2 respectively, reflecting a rebound in cross-border demand from both mainland corporations and individuals, with the strength of rebound in individuals' demand particularly strong.

Six of the corporate demand sub-indices rise in 2Q2017. Demand for loans and bond issuance is highest with a 2.0-plus increase from 1Q's 56.4 and 52.4 to 59.0 and 54.9 respectively, while settlement & cash management, asset management & financial consultancy, structured finance and derivative products pick up 0.3, 0.1, 0.3 and 0.7 respectively. On the other hand, currency transactions and trade finance fall moderately by 0.4 and 0.8 respectively.

Individuals demand sub-indices in 2Q2017, except the expectation on regulatory looseness, rise substantially particularly of financial investment and currency transactions which are up by 3.5 and 3.2, reaching 68.5 and 66.0 respectively. Meanwhile, insurance products, immigration & education services, mortgage & personal loans and credit cards are also up noticeably 2.0, 2.1, 2.3 and 1.5 to 66.4, 64.0, 60.0 and 66.5 respectively.

Corporate and individuals' expectation of regulatory looseness dropped from 48.9 and 52.3 to 46.0 and 49.5 respectively, reflecting that both mainland corporations and individuals expect laws and regulations related to cross-border banking services to be tightened further in 2Q2017.

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