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

2Q2019

The 2Q2019 CNCBI Cross-border Banking Demand Index stands at 56.9 on a record quarterly rise of 1.4, demonstrating that demand for cross-border banking services is picking up speed after three quarters of softening. Corporate Demand Index bounces back from 53.8 to 55.1 while Individuals Demand Index achieves a significant rebound of 2.2 to 64.3.

Five of the eight corporate demand sub-indices apart from the expectation of regulatory looseness sub-index post a significant recovery. Settlement & cash management logs the biggest increase of 6.2 while currency transactions gains 2.9 as loans, trade finance and derivative products pick up 1.9, 1.3 and 1.1 respectively. Bond issuance edges up slightly while asset management & financial consultancy stays put and structured finance slides slightly.

Regrading individuals’ demand, of the six sub-indices apart from the expectation of regulatory looseness sub-index, insurance products drops 0.1 while all the others post significant growth with currency transactions rising most impressively 3.4, followed by immigration & education services’ 2.7, credit cards’ 2.5, financial investment’ 2.3 and mortgage & personal loans’ 2.1.

In 2Q2019, the expectation of regulatory looseness sub-index falls 0.5 on the corporate side whereas a 4.7 increase is seen in individuals to respectively 47.6 and 53.6.

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