This analysis of international capital markets is based on discussions with commercial and investment banks, securities firms, insurance companies, pension funds, stock exchanges, regulatory authorities, finance ministries, credit rating agencies and the Bank for International Settlement. It reflects information available up to the end of May 2001. The chapter headings are: developments and trends in mature capital markets; emerging market financing; the changing structure of the Major government securities markets; financial sector consolidation in emerging markets; staff appraisal... growth strategies on fee-income-generating activities, such as asset management, credit cards, and mutual fund distribution, ... Since June 2000, banking institutions in Malaysia have been allowed to cross- sell financial products and services of entities ... Banking and Commerce The same sort of benefits that derive 150 CHAPTER V FINANCIAL SECTOR CONSOLIDATION IN EMERGING MARKETS.
|Title||:||International Capital Markets, August 2001|
|Author||:||Donald J. Mathieson, Garry J. Schinasi|
|Publisher||:||International Monetary Fund - 2001-08-22|