The banking system, comprising commercial banks, investment banks, and Islamic banks, is the primary mobilize of funds and the main source of financing to support economic activities in Malaysia. The non-bank financial intermediaries, comprising development financial institutions, provident and pension funds insurance companies, and takaful operators, complement the banking institutions in mobilizing savings and meeting the financial needs of the economy.
2010 BANKING SECTOR OF MALAYSIA [Type the document subtitle] [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] Arshad Khurshid Binary University College 2/25/2010 TABLE OF CONTACTS Introduction Overall scenario of banking Industry Total assets, Total loan, total deposits exhibits Total loan by sectors exhibit Major players in banking industry of Malaysia Major Competitors in banking industry Public Bank of Malaysia Introduction History of Public bank Products and services Operation Role in Malaysian economy Maybank of Malaysia Introduction History of Maybank Products and services Role in Malaysian economy CIMB Bank of Malaysia Introduction Background & History Growth as a Merchants bank Products and services Role in Malaysian economy PEST Analysis Introduction Political Factors Economic Factors Socio-culture Factors Technological Factors Major Players In Banking Sector of Malaysia (Top Two) Public Bank Berhad Malaysia Market Positioning Strategy Strong Financial rating Core Business Focused Business strategy Corporate reputation The Public Bank Brand Delievery Channel Corporate responsibility 2 Awards and Accolades PB commitment Maybank Berhad Malaysia History Achievements Operations Market Positioning Strategy (Bottom Two) EON Bank Berhad Malaysia Corporate Profile Market Positioning Strategy Ambank Berhad Malaysia Ambank Corporate Investor Relation Market Positioning strategy Risk Management Strategy Credit Risk Management Strategy (Global competition) The Bank of America History Market Positioning Strategy Treasure Management Service Accounts Information Technology and clients access Liquidity Solution Trade Clients Servicing Implementation BNP Paribas Bank Introduction Core values Core business Market Positioning Strategy Comparison of Malaysian banks with global competitors Barriers to Entry Definion Benefits of Entry barriers Importance of entry barriers Recent research Strategies on the possible scenario Future Challanges 3 4th isp The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Introduction Objectives Fundamental Principles Asian Security Community Asian Economic Community Integration-related Economic Activities Asian Socio-Culture Community External Relation Members Countries Singapore Overview Current Banking System Competitive Analysis Vietnam Overview Current Banking System Competitive Analysis Thailand Overview Current Banking System Competitive Analysis Indonesia Overview Current Banking System Competitive Analysis 4 Most Competitive Countries Malaysia Overview of Banking System Adopted Strategies Programme and Incentives Singapore Overview of Banking System Adopted Strategies Programme and Incentives BANKING SECTOR OF MALAYSIA OVERVIEW The banking system, comprising commercial banks, investment banks, and Islamic banks, is the primary mobilize of funds and the main source of financing to support economic activities in Malaysia. The non-bank financial intermediaries, comprising development financial institutions, provident and pension funds insurance companies, and takaful operators, complement the banking institutions in mobilizing savings and meeting the financial needs of the economy. THE CENTRAL BANK Bank Negara Malaysia (the Bank), the Central Bank, is the apex of the monetary and banking structure of the country. Its main objectives as defined in the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 1958 are to: Issue currency and keep the reserves safeguarding the value of the currency; Act as a banker and financial adviser to the Government; Promote monetary stability and a sound 5 financial structure; Promote the reliable, efficient and smooth operation of national payment and settlement systems and to ensure that the national payment and settlement systems policy is directed to the advantage of Malaysia; and Influence the credit situation to the advantage of Malaysia. To meet its objectives, the Bank is vested with legal powers under various laws to regulate and supervise the banking institutions and other non-bank financial intermediaries. The Bank also administers the country's foreign exchange control regulations and act as the lender last resort to the banking system. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS The following table provides and overview of the number of financial institutions as at end-September 2008: Financial Institution Total Malaysian - Foreign - Controlled Controlled Institutions Institutions Commercial Banks 22 9 13 Investment Banks/ Merchant Banks 15 15 - Islamic Banks* 15 10 5 International Islamic Banks 1 - 1 Insurers 41 25 16 Islamic Insurers (takafu
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