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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 1Q2018 CNCBI Cross-border Banking Demand Index rises 1.0 on the quarter to 56.9, indicating noticeably stronger demand for Hong Kong’s cross-border banking services from mainland corporations and individuals. The Corporate Demand Index climbs 0.9 on the quarter to 55.1 while the Individuals Demand Index bounces back 1.2 to a high of 64.1.

Of the 9 corporate demand sub-indices, 8 bounce back from last quarter. Asset management & financial consultancy and bond issuance sub-indices outrun the others with a rise of 2.4 and 2.0 respectively. The sub-indices of derivative products, currency transactions and loans in turn rise 1.6, 1.2 and 1.2 respectively, while the settlement services & cash management and trade finance sub-indices report mild growth of 0.6 and 0.2 respectively.

Meanwhile, of the 6 service- or product-related Individuals Demand Sub-indices, 5 increase and 1 drops, marking a stark contrast to 4Q2017 where 2 increased and 4 fell. More noticeable are the mortgage & personal loans, insurance products and credit cards sub-indices with respective increases of 2.8, 2.7 and 1.9. The increments of the financial investment and currency transactions sub-indices are relatively mild at 1.0 and 0.7 respectively whereas the immigration & education services sub-index drops 0.9 from its 4Q2017 rise.

As regards the sub-index of expectation of regulatory looseness, the sub-indices on both the corporate and individuals sides increase this quarter, indicating an overall improvement in cross-border banking services related regulatory environment.

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