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CBA to buy Standard Chartered?

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The Australian Financial Review recently mentioned Commonwealth Bank (which Nomura’s figures suggest might be most able to wear the dilution of a bid) as a possible contender for Stanchart.

So why do we think there’s something to this?

Read on..:

The big 4 banks' home loan market maybe on the brink of a slowdown ...

It's an opportunity for to expand beyond the home loan market ...

Note: Fig 10 showing gross loans - geographic mix

"You have to ask yourself what regulators would make of it, given they’ve said no big risks for Asian expansion are acceptable for Australian banks. Having said that, you can imagine the kind of pressure that would come to bear on APRA from all quarters if this deal became real. It would be enormous."



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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 September 2012

    If I were CBA or any of the Big 4 I'd be pulling in my horns and cleaning up my act - big time. There are going to be some significant drains on their pocket money in the not too far distant future and their balance sheets are illusionary to a very significant degree. Some reflection on the concept "there is no such thing as a free lunch" could be instructive.

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