David Klein, CEO at CommonBond, talks about how his start-up attempts to help lessen the burden of student debt through data and technology.
China's property market has had an impact only on certain areas in the consumer cyclical sector, says Maybank Kim Eng's Sadiq Currimbhoy.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 7- Tesla Motors Inc said on Wednesday it had entered into an agreement with Deutsche Bank whereby the electric car maker can borrow up to $300 million for its vehicle leasing program, part of a broader effort to bolster the company's finances. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Tesla said the new liquidity meant its own...
Simon Choi, CEO at Dagong Global Credit Rating, explains the significant disconnect between domestically-issued credit ratings and bad loans in China.
Car buyers with the best credit records are shifting gears, with more of them taking out loans for used vehicles instead of new ones.
Pimco Head of Financials Research, Philippe Bodereau, explains why the most impactful thing the European Central Bank could do is to buy non-performing loans at the right price.
Fasanara Capital CEO & CIO, Francesco Filia, talks about the state of Italian banks and the non-performing loan problem the sector is facing.
Lenders are making the dream of home ownership more accessible to first-time buyers. Here's what you need to know.
Apart from toxic loans, there is also consolidation, challenger banks, inefficient bankruptcy laws and the upcoming referendum for Italian banks to contend with, says BPM President Nicola Rossi.
Pier Carlo Padoan, Italian finance minister, speaks to CNBC about the recapitalization of the Italian banking sector.
A look at rising mortgage applications and pending home sales, with Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson.
ICBC will continue showing strength on the bad debt front, but the situation for the overall sector is set to worsen in H2, says Nomura's Sophie Jiang.
China's increasing levels of debt-to-GDP, especially by state-owned enterprises or corporates, could lead to a hard landing, says Swiss Re's Kurt Karl.
Greg Parsons, Semper Capital CEO, discusses the hunt for yield through mortgage-backed securities.
Expect Chinese banks' non-performing loans to see signs of stabilization this year, says DBS Vickers Hong Kong's Shujin Chen.
Chinese banks' net interest margins are down due to the low-rates environment, so they might have to raise more capital, says Creditsights' David Marshall.
SoFi COO Joanne Bradford weighs in on online lending, innovation and student loans.
Mortgage Choice CEO John Flavell says Australia's strong housing demand is being driven by population growth and more people wanting to own their own homes.
The PBOC needs to deal with the root of banks' bad debts and not just repackage the bad debt problem, says Macquarie Investment Mgmt's Sam Le Cornu.
Big banks are being eyed by activist investors; it could mean more changes to strategy.