Myanmar Financial Services Monitor (Premium Subscription): Detailed and up-to-date news and trends, industry data and trends –

DUBLIN–()–The “Myanmar Financial Services Monitor (Premium Subscription)” the newsletter has been added to from offer.

The Myanmar Financial Services Monitor provides detailed, up-to-date and original information on banking, insurance, capital markets, microfinance, mobile money and other related fields.

It is designed to help businesses and other organizations identify business opportunities, track the industry, find partners or suppliers, conduct market research and track developments.

This service is unique and is researched and published by the research team in Yangon.

Four main types of content are included in the platform:

  • News – The news section is updated daily and forms the core of our weekly Myanmar Financial Services report for subscribers. We produce content using original research and interviews, as well as monitoring and reviewing dozens of local and international sources.

  • Companies – The Companies Database contains profiles of local and international companies operating in Myanmar’s financial services industry. Information includes details of operations, management, background, key contacts, finances and more.

  • Data – The Resource Library includes a range of financial and banking data, as well as other useful documents and reports for professional readers.

Who should buy this subscription:

  • Managers

  • Analysts

  • CEO

  • Researchers

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  • Marketing

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  • Company database covering banking, insurance, capital markets, microfinance, regulators and others
  • Data and Resource Library covering banking, insurance, capital markets, microfinance and legislation
  • business tracking with over 150 detailed company profiles
  • 50 issues of the Weekly Brief email with comprehensive updates on news, companies, data and more.

Main topics covered:

1. Latest news

  • AGD Bank launches postal partnership

  • GTB prepares before the insurance license

  • Defaulted Yangon borrowers owe MEB $150m

  • SMI telecom sale dispute goes to arbitration

  • Demand for private bank swaps surprises CBM

2. Banking

  • AGD Bank launches postal partnership

  • Defaulted Yangon borrowers owe MEB $150m

  • Demand for private bank swaps surprises CBM

  • FPB launches SME loans of 3 to 5 years

  • Data analysis: Profits of public banks

3. Microfinance

  • Sagaing-focused MFI partners with Croatian fintech

  • Data Analytics: The Increasingly Competitive Landscape of Microfinance

  • An MFI and a bank sign a funding agreement

  • IFC grants credit facility to MFI

  • Foreign MFIs open branches Yangon, Ayeyarwady

4. Capital markets

  • YSX expects foreign participation by the end of the year

  • A hotel company launches a public offer

  • Meeting Held to Discuss Capital Market Improvements

  • Public offer approved for a hotel company

  • Foreign company obtains securities advisory license

  • SMI telecom sale dispute goes to arbitration

  • Get Ride nears $10 million in commitments

  • Myanmar Sub-Cable Raises Series B Funding

  • MPT lags behind MyTel in mobile money license queue

  • Freight service gets six-figure investment

5. Insurance

  • More pilgrims buy travel insurance

  • The public insurer expects four new products by the end of 2018

  • IKBZ offers a short-term life insurance product

  • Insurance Company Plans Digital Portal

  • Housing insurance package provided by several parties

Companies cited

  • A bank

  • Asian Green Development Bank (AGD Bank)

  • Bank of Asia Yangon

  • AYA Bank

  • Cooperative Bank (CB Bank)

  • Construction, Housing and Infrastructure Development Bank (CHIDB)

  • First private bank

  • World Treasure Bank (GTB)

  • Innwa Bank

  • KBZ Bank

  • Myanmar Apex Bank (MAB)

  • Myanmar Citizens Bank

  • Myanmar Microfinance Bank

  • Myanmar Eastern Bank (MOB)

  • Myawaddy Bank

  • Naypyitaw Sibin Bank

  • Rural Development Bank

  • Shwe Bank

  • Small and Medium Industries Development Bank (SMIDB)

  • Tun Commercial Bank

  • United Amara Bank (UAB)

  • Yoma Bank

  • Myanmar Agricultural Development Bank (MADB)

  • Myanmar Economic Bank (MEB)

  • Myanmar Foreign Trade Bank (MFTB)

  • Myanmar Investment and Commercial Bank (MICB)

  • Yadanabon Bank

  • Yangon City Bank

  • Australian and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ)

  • Bank of Bangkok

  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG Bank)

  • BIDV

  • E.Sun Commercial Bank

  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)

  • Malaysian Bank Berhad (Maybank)

  • Mizuho Bank

  • Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC Bank)

  • Shinhan Bank

  • National Bank of India

  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

  • United Overseas Bank (UOB)

  • Aung Myint Moh Min Insurance

  • Aung Thitsa Oo Insurance

  • AYA Myanmar Insurance (AMI)

  • Capital Life Insurance

  • CB Insurance

  • Excellent Fortune Insurance (EFI)

  • First National Insurance (FNI)

  • Global Global Insurance

  • Grand Guardian Insurance (GGI)

  • Insurance IKBZ

  • Myanmar Insurance (MI)

  • Pillar of Truth Insurance

  • Young Global Insurance (YIG)

  • Aegis Management Consultants & Insurance Agency

  • AIA

  • Dai-ichi Life Holdings

  • Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT)

  • Marsh

  • Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance

  • Muang Thai Life Insurance (MTL)

  • New India Insurance

  • Poe-ma Insurance

  • Prudential holdings

  • Shin Kong life insurance

  • Sompo Japan Nipponkoa

  • Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance

  • United Overseas Insurance (UOI)

  • Willis Towers Watson

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