The Central Bank hosted a meeting with the leadership of the Singapore regional office of Franklin Templeton.
The company representatives were provided with information about the banking system and macroeconomic conditions in the country. During the meeting, issues related to the role of the Central Bank in the development of the capital market, and privatization processes in the country, especially on the privatization of state-owned banks, were discussed.
Furthermore, the guests gave information regarding successful projects and experience of privatization in foreign countries, and also offered its services in entering international financial markets and attracting foreign investors.
For more information: Franklin Templeton is a global investment company founded in New York in 1947, whose main activity is focused on capital and asset management. The total value of assets under management of the company exceeds US$ 1.4 trillion and more than 100 company offices operate in 30 countries around the world.