Why is your bank going to survive?
Still low engagement of institutional and minority shareholders in the Asian FI space
High level of goodwill towards banks which issued rights to raise capital at high cost
Have you really looked carefully in your portfolio not to have any further subprime issues?
What is the level of provisioning you put against rising impairments and subprime?
How your bank is going to grow?
How your bank is improving profitability?
Rise of retail and institutional activism and engagement of foreign and domestic investors
Real and Higher Returns
With cost of capital raised and lower return on equity levels going forward many banks need to grow more than double their profit. Increasing pressure on execution and acquisition of growth oriented assets
Can you run down proactively cost with pressure on income?