Best in Malaysia: CIMB


Despite a sharp fall in interest rates in the third quarter of 2011, CIMB Group in Malaysia has seen a resurgence in structured product sales, which the bank attributes in part to the popularity of its foreign exchange structures and a range of underlyings that includes equity, infrastructure and credit.

The difficulties faced in the Malaysian market in the past 12 months - which have seen stock market uncertainty, low deposit rates and bond yields and a weakening property market - have enhanced

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