The 2008 global financial crisis has perhaps brought in a new and improved global financial landscape. Will Nagle, CEO, and Andrew Church, Regional Head Asia, at Falcon Group discuss the new landscape and the opportunities it affords – particularly in relation to Vietnamese small-and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and the Middle East.
Many global banks have been forced to narrow their lending to core clients and specific geographic areas due to the increased banking regulation and compliance standards introduced post-crisis – leaving SMEs facing a funding gap. Thankfully, specialist financiers are stepping up to bridge the gap – boosting trade in Vietnam, and creating a more secure and diverse financial landscape.
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