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This well timed reader of seminal papers released by means of Palgrave on behalf of Comparative financial reports, examines how and why international banks input rising markets and the confident advantages they bring about to the host nations.
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2005: Cost efficiency of banks in transition: Evidence from 289 banks in 15 post-communist countries. Journal of Banking & Finance 29(1): 55–81. García Herrero, A and Martínez Pería, MS. 2007: The mix of international banks’ foreign claims: Determinants and implications. Journal of Banking and Finance 31(6): 1613–1631. Giannetti, M and Ongena, S. 2008: ‘Lending by example’: Direct and indirect effects of foreign banks in emerging markets. Journal of International Economics 86(1): 167–180. Gill, I and Raiser, M.
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2. UniCredit Group includes HVB (Hypervereins: Germany) and two Austrian banks, Bank Austria (BA) and Creditanstalt (CA). 3. 1 billion are outside of Hungary. Source: RZB (2009) and author’s calculations. banks and, as such, became the largest bank by asset share in both the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In addition, again through takeovers, Erste became the largest bank in Romania and the third largest bank in Croatia. 5% whereas the third, UniCredit, has a strong Austrian component. Although two of these three international banks secured their dominant positions mainly by participating in the privatisation processes of the host countries, one (RZB) became a dominant player through organic growth of its greenfield operations.