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Banking Reform in Southeast Asia

by Malcolm Cook

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banking,
  • Economic history,
  • 21st century,
  • c 1980 to c 1990,
  • c 1990 to c 2000,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • South East Asia,
  • Business & Economics / Banks & Banking,
  • Banks & Banking,
  • International - General

  • Edition Notes

    Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10205387M
    ISBN 100415413192
    ISBN 109780415413190

    Before , Myanmar’s banking system was the envy of Asia. The country had ten domestically owned banks and fourteen foreign-owned banks—the largest concentration of foreign banks in Southeast Asia. Among these foreign banks were such global giants as Chartered Bank, 2 National Grindlays Bank, and the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking. The book also analyses the degree to which emerging and transitional economies in East and South Asia can benefit from this example. The weakness of the banking sector is examined in order to explain the reasons behind the currency crisis and to prescribe policies to avoid a similar episode in the future.

    Financial institutions in the new regulatory environment Giam Ei Leen, Southeast Asia Risk & Regulatory Advisory Leader, Deloitte Southeast Asia 1. Today’s agenda Key regulatory focus in Top 10 predictions for Regional top 5+1 Structural reform and resolution in the banking sector Data and regulatory reporting Culture and trust. Southeast Asia is the home of more than million Muslims and includes the world’s most populated Muslim state and its largest democracy, Indonesia. It includes three majority Muslim states (Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia), four with significant minorities (Burma/Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, and a small and declining.

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Book Description. This book empirically examines banking reform in the economies of Southeast Asia as they sought to adapt to major developments in the global economic system over the past three decades, including the globalisation of finance, the debt crisis of the.

Providing a detailed account of the history of banking reform in Southeast Asia, this book analyzes the major developments in the global economic system over the past three decades, including the globalization of finance, the debt crisis of the s and the Asian financial crisis.

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In architecture, there is a dictum that ‘form follows function’. The architect decides what a building is being used for and then designs the building for those purposes. Digital Banking in ASEAN: Increasing Consumer Sophistication and Openness. 4 sophisticated. For example, we found that, on average, 30 percent of respondents held There has been rapid growth of digital-banking penetration across Southeast Asia 44 94 56 24 11 7 5 5 36 41 19 13 Singapore (N = ) Malaysia (N = ) Digital Banking in.

Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Banking and Finance in Asia brings together leading scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to provide a comprehensive and cutting-edge guide to Asia’s financial institutions, markets, and systems.

Part I provides a country-by-country overview of banking and finance in East, Southeast, and South Asia, including examples from China, Japan, Hong. Abstract. The banking networks of Asia’s financial centers have 19th-century roots. As colonial powers, especially the British, moved into Asia, they organized a banking network built around Hong Kong as Asia-Pacific center and Singapore as Southeast Asia center.

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A less appreciated Asian story is Southeast Asia where approximately 70 percent of residents do not have access to traditional banking services, with. In the early postwar years, the Philippines seemed poised for long-term economic success; within the region, only Japan had a higher standard of living.

By the early s, however, the country was dismissed as a perennial aspirant to the ranks of newly industrializing economies, unable to convert its substantial developmental assets into developmental s: 1.

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Now in its 3rd edition, the book offers important updates you can look forward to, starting with the foundations of Islamic banking, developments and issues. In this episode of our series Rethinking Asia, we spoke with Ken Hokugo, head of Corporate Governance and the director of Hedge Fund Investments at Japan’s Pension Fund Association, with more than $ billion in assets under is a strong advocate for Japanese corporate governance reform.

Ken discussed the challenges Japan faces implementing corporate governance reform. The Routledge Handbook of Banking and Finance in Asia brings together leading scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to provide a comprehensive and cutting-edge guide to Asia’s financial institutions, markets, and systems.

Part I provides a country-by-country overview of banking and finance in East, Southeast, and South Asia, including examples from China, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Book Edition: 1st Edition. Author: Anwar Nasution, University of Indonesia Reforms of the financial sector in Indonesia since have mitigated the key risk factors that caused the economic crisis of The first of these was structural weaknesses in the financial sector, particularly the banking system.

The second was heavy borrowing by both the banking system and the corporate sector from foreign sources. DBS has retained the number one spot as Southeast Asia’s most valuable banking brand, and improved 12 places globally to number This was according a recent Brand Finance Banking report.

The report added that the brand value for DBS has. In this episode of our series Rethinking Asia, we spoke with Ken Hokugo, head of Corporate Governance and the director of Hedge Fund Investments at Japan’s Pension Fund Association, with more than $ billion in assets under management.

Ken is a strong advocate for Japanese corporate governance reform. Ken discussed the challenges Japan faces implementing .