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Sőrg Mart (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Estonian Banks' Internationalization and Entry to the Foreign Market
Raporty. Opracowania. Referaty / Akademia Ekonomiczna w Poznaniu, 2002, nr 20, s. 157-177, wykr., bibliogr. 35 poz.
Issue title
Foreign Banks and Economic Transition: Papers in Progress
Globalna polityka finansowa, Banki zagraniczne, Sektor bankowy, Rynki zagraniczne
Global financial policy, Foreign bank, Banking sector, Foreign markets
Global economy both creates preconditions for and also motivates the internationalization of banks. The 12-year development of the Estonian commercial banking has demonstrated it vividly. The internationalization of Estonian retail banks began with opening the correspondent accounts in foreign banks, the next stage was the improvement of international payment facilities in Estonia and the movement of credit resources cross-border, and by now the internationalization has reached the stage where the decision making rights are redistributed internationally. The Swedish banks were especially successful in entering the Estonian banking market in 1998. The ambitious Eastern projects of the Estonian banks have not succeeded, except Hansapank's. The internationalization of Estonian retail banks will raise the level of customer service and increase the competition in a banking sector.(original abstract)
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