Our archives on Myanmar
“We are much more independent and autonomous than most central banks”
Date: Oct 07, 2013 | Author: Foo Boon PingSet Aung, deputy governor at Central Bank of Myanmar, discusses the central bank’s bid to rapidly advance the local banking industry and capital market.
“Having the early mover advantage when entering frontier markets can make a difference"
Date: Oct 01, 2013 | Author: Esther TanVenkatesh Somanathan, director of regional trade finance product management at Deutsche Bank, discusses overcoming hurdles faced in frontier markets such as Mongolia and Myanmar.
Myanmar seeks to boost investor confidence through independent central bank launch
Date: Jun 12, 2013 | Author: Magessan RajAs part of reforms, Central Bank of Myanmar will shift its policy focus to adjusting underlying demand for and supply of bank reserves via open market operations and deposit auctions.
Asia Pacific banking industry outlook 2013
Date: Feb 19, 2013 | Author: Manu BhaskaranRegional economies are generally sound, with good long term prospects. While Asian banks grapple with new capital rules in the short term, they are likely to withstand long term stress to their operations.
Myanmar undergoes financial reform in bid to attract foreign investment
Date: Apr 30, 2012 | Author: Lalitha SivanesanAfter a 25-year isolation period that left a shattered economy, the now civilian government’s moves to revamp the economy has drawn much outside interest.
Interview transcript: William Fung, executive director of Li & Fung, 29th February 2012
Date: Apr 17, 2012 | Author: William FungWilliam Fung, executive director of Li & Fung, discusses the globalisation of the manufacturing industry, building a knowledge network, and managing capital flow.