CEO Edward Neilson of Tokyo based equity researcher firm, Koyal Group will attend the Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference on September 30th in Singapore. An Analyst at Koyal Group has submitted a case study of Chinese banks in crisis.
Aug. 07, 2013 - TOKYO, Japan -- At the end of September CEO Edward Neilson of Koyal Group and a number of other senior members of staff will attend the Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference in Singapore organized by World Business Institute Pty Ltd. The theme of the conference is entitled “Research for Advancement” and will encourage the best methods and research technology aspects to provide a basis for future development. It will focus on empirical and theoretical papers as well as case studies a related to a wide range of areas including; Banking, Finance, and Economics. International business strategies will also be discussed in order to demonstrate how collaborative business tactics would encourage economic growth and development.
CEO Edward Neilson said during a recent interview, “My staff members and I are extremely excited to attend the Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference in Singapore next month. It is important to understand the viewpoints of financial academics to get a deeper grasp of the discipline to further our profits.”
Lead Chinese Banking Analyst, Mr Andrew Joyce has submitted a case study entitled, “The Impacts of Monetary Policy on Balance Sheets of Chinese and Global Banks.” The paper examines the different effects that changes to monetary policy during the 2008 financial crisis had on Chinese and Global Banks. In response to the crisis, unprecedented measures were implemented by monetary authorities to prevent further instability and depression, as the recession receded policies were eased. Banks in China were mostly unharmed during the crisis due to limited exposure and ample savings. Small Chinese banks are rarely affected by global and domestic factors, understanding the reasons for the different effects on the different size banks would help to enhance their market oriented behaviour and also boost the effectiveness of monetary policy.