Asia: Stronger supervisory capabilities needed to prevent recurrence of financial crisis

June 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2011, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports that Donald Joshua Jaganathan, assistant governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, has asked financial institutions and supervisors to be proactive and vigilant to prevent the recurrence of the financial crisis. He says that it is important for the insurance sector to be an integral part of the framework due to its role in facilitating economies risk transfers.


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