|Statement||Robert E. Litan, Michael Pomerleano, V. Sundararajan, editors.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 532 p. :|
|Number of Pages||532|
The Future of Domestic Capital Markets in Developing Countries addresses the challenges that countries face as they develop and strengthen capital markets. Based on input from the world's most prominent capital market experts and leading policymakers in developing countries, this volume represents the latest thinking in capital market development. Capital markets are critical to the future of developing countries, and their development, in turn, depends on a system of supervision that involves disclosure. A review of the Asian ﬁnancial crisis sums up the position in these words:2 The relative immaturity of many East Asian capital markets con-tributed signiﬁcantly to the ﬁnancial Cited by: Developing domestic capital markets The underdeveloped state of capital markets in many emerging market countries significantly Expanding a firm’s capacity and future potential often. 4 Capital Markets in Executive Summary — The future of equity capital markets Global growth is shifting East. The UN’s World Economic Situation and Prospects report revealed the strikingly different outlooks for developing countries in the East, where growth continues to be strong, and for developed economiesFile Size: 1MB.
Capital markets remain underdeveloped across much of the developing world, even in countries which have increased domestic issuance. This is reflected in the short maturities of much of the domestic borrowing. For instance, outside of Asia, the proportion of domestic debt with maturities of over 5 years, while rising, remains fairly low. The future of domestic capital markets in developing countries. Edited by Robert Litan, Michael Pomerleano and V Sundararajan (Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, , pp. )Author: Maxwell Opoku-Afari. 52 Capital markets: key metrics 54 China – Becoming the world’s second largest capital market 55 India – Second largest emerging capital market 56 Korea – Domestic pension funds sustain demand for assets 57 Brazil – A slower growth story than other large EM countries 58 Russia – Deals set to accelerate in. The Development of Local Capital Markets: Rationale and Challenges. Prepared by. be more difficult to develop than domestic equity markets in most countries (Herring and Chatusripitak, ), although much of the analysis also applies to equity markets and other the development of local capital markets can improve the availability of longFile Size: KB.