Roles and contributions of foreign banking institutions to the liberization of South East Asian financial markets
Ridwan Mochamad Abas
Tay, Bee Bee
Date of Issue1999
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
Over the past thirty years, countries in the South East Asian region had experienced significant deregulation and reshaping of their financial service sectors, particularly the commercial banking sector. However, the manifestation of the types, degree and timing of liberalization had varied from country to country. Against this background, the dissertation aims to study the role and contributions played by foreign commercial banks in the domestic banking sector in four South East Asian countries, namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.
Nanyang Technological University