“CURRENT GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS     AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL           INSTITUTION:       THE C...
1.   Objectives2.   Discussions & Findings3.   Suggestions For Future Research4.   Conclusion
(I). To acknowledge on the current Global   Financial Crisis that have occurred(ii). To identify the implications of curre...
(I). Japan’s Background(ii). Global Financial Crisis History(iii). Impact of Crisis on Japan:    a. International Financia...
(i). Japan’s Background Current population is fewer than 127 million Is known with its highly efficient & competitive   ...
(ii). Global Financial Crisis History   Ito (2009): 3 Stages - The Beginning (Feb 8, 2007), 2nd    Stage (Aug 9, 2007) & ...
(iii). Impact of the Crisis on Japan       a. International Financial Institutions Kono (2009): Japan’s IFI have lost aro...
b. Japan’s Financial System (FS) & Financial      Banking (FB)   Have been affected due to the financial markets    volat...
(iv). Reasons on why Japan could be Affected   Japan was delaying on recognizing the    nonperforming assets severity   ...
(vi). How Japan Has Recovers Japan has recovered on the its strategy cost During the recovery, there are 3 consequences:...
(i). Get to know the basic about the particular    countries & the crisis(ii). Understand of whatever information that hav...
   Not only Japan has been affected by the Global    Financial Crisis   The crisis occur lead by numbers of causes   Ja...
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  1. 1. “CURRENT GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION: THE CASE IN JAPAN” GROUP: MARIA SHARAPOVA
  2. 2. 1. Objectives2. Discussions & Findings3. Suggestions For Future Research4. Conclusion
  3. 3. (I). To acknowledge on the current Global Financial Crisis that have occurred(ii). To identify the implications of current global financial crisis upon Japan(iii). To highlight the impact of current Global Financial Crisis towards Japan’s International Financial Institutions (IFI)
  4. 4. (I). Japan’s Background(ii). Global Financial Crisis History(iii). Impact of Crisis on Japan: a. International Financial Institutions (IFI) b. Financial System & Financial Banking(iv). Reasons Why Japan Could Be Affected(v). Reasons for Japan Less Exposed to the Market Turmoil(vi). How Japan Has Recovered
  5. 5. (i). Japan’s Background Current population is fewer than 127 million Is known with its highly efficient & competitive economy Japan has turn into a mature industrial economy Do owned the natural resources (U.S Department of State, 2012) Has shifted its economy oriented to East Asia Still, is the most productive & advanced economy in Asia Manufacturing share remains competitive among the developed economies (Grimes, 2009)
  6. 6. (ii). Global Financial Crisis History Ito (2009): 3 Stages - The Beginning (Feb 8, 2007), 2nd Stage (Aug 9, 2007) & Final Stage (Sept 15, 2008) Malik, et. al. (2009) & Kawai (2009): Another reason is the downfall of U.S Subprime mortgage industry Ngowi (2009): Officially start in U.S (Sept 2008) when inadequate liquidity from financial markets credit crunch Mckibbin & Stoeckel (2009): bursting of housing bubble, sharp rise in equity’s risk premium & household risk due to reappraisal of firms risk
  7. 7. (iii). Impact of the Crisis on Japan a. International Financial Institutions Kono (2009): Japan’s IFI have lost around 3.2 trillion yen ---- Losses stem from U.S investment, economic downturn & fall of stock prices Yamaguchi (2009): Japan’s retail banking performance has deteriorate & sluggish sales of the mutual funds --- Low profitability Malik, et. al. (2009): Japan’s IFI reluctant to lend money due to the subprime mortgage crisis Grimes (2009): The IFI have to unfreeze & resumed their basic function of allocating capital in the private sector
  8. 8. b. Japan’s Financial System (FS) & Financial Banking (FB) Have been affected due to the financial markets volatility FS was badly affected caused by share prices sharply decline FB profitability (increase the credit cost) was impacted by real economy deterioration FS was remained sound as FB losses were limited Sato (2009)
  9. 9. (iv). Reasons on why Japan could be Affected Japan was delaying on recognizing the nonperforming assets severity Japan’s accounting & disclosure standards were imperfect 5 areas of major structural problems & policy weaknesses (i). Japan’s banks weak & unclear disclosure rules (ii). The regulators attitude on “wait & see” (iii). Synch deregulation (iv). Heavy reliance on administrative guidance (v). Japan’s little policy transparency Ulrike (1996)
  10. 10. (vi). How Japan Has Recovers Japan has recovered on the its strategy cost During the recovery, there are 3 consequences: (i). Mistaken belief on the economy will rebound quickly (ii). Japan’s MOF rather wait until economic growth was restored (iii). Japans economy grow very slow Patric (1998)
  11. 11. (i). Get to know the basic about the particular countries & the crisis(ii). Understand of whatever information that have been gathered(iii). Make sure the journals or any articles are related with the project topic
  12. 12.  Not only Japan has been affected by the Global Financial Crisis The crisis occur lead by numbers of causes Japan’s has been affected in several aspects Nonetheless, Japan was not severely affected & managed to recover Limitation in preparing this assignment: (i). In finding the journal that really suits with our project title (ii). Timing (iii). In understanding the journals
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