Top 10 op risks: Emerging market operating risks

Top 10 op risks: Emerging market operating risks

Brown envelope bribe

Regulators and financial institutions have long recognised that rapid economic growth in emerging markets will draw in not only investors but also the companies that serve them. Earlier this year, Vedat Akgiray, chairman of the Turkish Capital Markets Board and the emerging markets committee of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (Iosco), called on his fellow regulators to follow the trend: “Proper securities regulation in today’s emerging markets is tantamount to “proper”

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