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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
- Date of Publication14/10/2010
- GenreFinance & Accounting
- Place of PublicationBerlin
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
- Content Note41 Tables, black and white; XX, 369 p.
- Weight599 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Edited byIngrid Matthaus-Maier,J. D. von Pischke
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005
- Table Of ContentsStimulating the Economy of Southeast Europe.- Setting the Stage for Stability and Progress in Southeast Europe.- The Scenario for EU Accession by Southeast European Countries.- Infrastructure Finance, Accession, and Related Policy Issues in Southeast Europe.- Making It Easier to Do Business in Southeast Europe.- Financial Regulation for Stability and Protection in Southeast Europe.- Financial Sector Development in Southeast Europe - The Roles of EU Accession and Basel II.- Implementing European Standards of Banking Regulation in Georgia.- Issues Concerning Foreign Banks' Operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.- The Role of Foreign Banks in SEE.- The Impact of Basel II on Banking in Albania and Southeast Europe.- Financial Stability in Southeast Europe - Basel II and the Challenges Ahead.- Bankers' Perspectives - Dynamic Banking in the Changing Market of Southeast Europe.- Bankers' Perspectives - Dynamic Banking in a Changing Market.- Evolution of the Banking Sector in Southeast Europe - The Role and Business Strategies of Domestic Banks.- Financing Small and Medium-Sized Companies.- The Business Strategies of Domestic Banks in the Long Run - SME Lending as an Attractive Market Segment.- Building a Market Niche Also Builds a Market - Opportunity Bank in Montenegro.- Clients' Perspectives on Access to Financial Services for Micro and Small Enterprise in Southeast Europe.- Clients' Perspectives - Providing More Effective Financial Services for Micro and Small Enterprises.- Access to Finance: Issues and Opportunities in Southeast Europe.- Nonfinancial Obstacles to SME Financing in Serbia.- Constraints to Business Development in Bulgaria and the Case for Action.- Degrees of Competition in Serving Target Groups - They May Be Closer than You Think.- A New Approach to Business Development Services in Southeast Europe.- Looking Ahead - Public-Private Partnerships in the Financial Sector in Southeast Europe.- Public-Private Partnerships for Financial Development in Southeast Europe.- Replicable and Transparent PPP Models for Financial Sector Development.- Using PPPs to Facilitate Transactions in Financial Markets.- Sustainable Microfinance Banks - IMI as a Public-Private Partnership in Practice.- Opportunities for Public-Private Partnerships in Financial Sector Development.- Public-Private Partnership - Results in the Banking Sector in Southeast Europe.- Microfinance Investment Funds - An Innovative Form of PPP to Foster the Commercialisation of Microfinance.- Summary and Conclusions.- An Overview of Banking, Financial Regulation, and Access to Financial Services in Southeast Europe in the Context of EU Enlargement.
- Author BiographyKfW has been involved in the financial sector development of the current accession countries for almost fifteen years. Since the mid-1990, KfW has been promoting the financial sector and private enterprise of Southeast Europe through its support of, and cooperation with, microfinance and commercial banks and microfinance NGOs.
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