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|Strategic priorities for stock exchanges in new EU member states
|Camilleri, Silvio John
|Finance -- European Union countries
Financial services industry -- European Union countries
Capital market -- European Union countries
Stock exchanges -- European Union countries
Stock exchanges -- Malta
|Camilleri, S. J. (2006). Strategic priorities for stock exchanges in new EU member states. The FEMA Research Bulletin, 1(2), 7-19.
|This study discusses the strategic priorities and challenges for securities exchanges in new EU member states, with a special reference to the internationalisation of securities markets. The ways in which exchanges are responding to such challenges and other possible courses of action are identified. These concepts are then appraised in relation to the Malta Stock Exchange, one of the smallest exchanges of the new EU member states. The inherent size of this exchange reveals that the Malta Stock Exchange is somewhat insulated from the internationalisation process, yet future strategies must be well planned in order to ensure competitiveness and profitability.
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