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INTRODUCTION TO THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA

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Mitsaki Matsumoto

on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of INTRODUCTION TO THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA


MALAYSIAN BANKING SYSTEM
BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA (BNM)
BACKGROUND:
1. Was established on Jan 26, 1959
2. Was set up due to the need for the management of the country’s money and credit situation
3. Controller and supervisor of the institutions under the banking system

BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA (BNM)
FUNCTIONS:
1. Banker for currency issue
2. Keeper of international reserves
3. Government banker and financial adviser
4. Agency responsible for monetary policy
5. Banker to the banks

NON-BANK FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
Refers to the institutions that are supervised by various government departments and agencies except insurance companies (under BNM supervision)

NON-BANK FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
1. Development and Finance Institutions (DFIs)
2. Saving Institutions
3. Special Investment Agencies
4. Housing Credit Institutions
5. Provident and Pension Funds
6. Unit Trusts

INTRODUCTION TO THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA

THE STRUCTURE OF THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA
MALAYSIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM
BANKING SYSTEM
NON-BANK FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
FINANCIAL MARKET
BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA (BNM)
COMMERCIAL BANKS

CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION (CGC)

INVESTMENT BANKS

FOREIGN BANKS REPRESENTATIVES

OFF-SHORE BANKS

FINANCE COMPANIES

MALAYSIAN FINANCIAL MARKET
MONEY MARKET

CAPITAL MARKET

DERIVATIVES MARKET

FOREX MARKET

BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA (BNM)
OBJECTIVES:
1. To issue current and keep reserves in safeguarding the value of money
2. To act as a banker and financial advisor/agent to government
3. To promote monetary stability and sound financial structure
4. To influence the credit situation to the advantage of the country

PRESENTED BY:
ATHIRAH NABILAH BINTI MASRI
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