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What does FEB stand for?

FEB stands for Far Eastern Bank (Singapore)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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While it is true that Far Eastern banks have been big buyers of dollars, the reality seems to be that the longer end of the market has got ahead of the game.
In exchange for relaxation for Chinese banks to invest in Taiwan, mainland China may also loosen the conditions for Taiwanese banks to establish branches in China, a move which will benefit Taishin Bank, Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, and Far Eastern Bank.
Other banks under pressure included Far Eastern banks HSBC and Standard Chartered off 24p at 891p and 25p at 985p respectively, while Bank of Scotland slipped 24p to 800p and Halifax lost 241/1p to 800p.
The policy, once implemented, will enable the existing Chinese branches of six domestic banks to increase the quota for loan extension, increasing the chance for profit making in the first year of their operation, and facilitating the establishment of Chinese branches by some medium-scale banks, such as Taishin Bank, Far Eastern Bank, and Ta Chong Bank.
In addition to continuing the negotiations that started in September with a major French construction firm and a Far Eastern Bank, we have begun preliminary discussions with potential industry and non-industry partners, to finance the Sudan oil project in a more conventional fashion.