Stabilising the Capital Market of Bangladesh: Addressing the Structural, Institutional and Operational Issues
Khondaker Moazzem and
Tariqur Rahman ()
No 95, CPD Working Paper from Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD)
The capital market of Bangladesh is passing through a period of extreme volatility, uncertainty and grave crisis. This paper provides a brief review of the problems that characterise the capital market in Bangladesh; carries out a critical review of the initiatives taken till December 2011 to rescue the market and examines the implications of such measures for the market (if any); and puts forward a number of concrete recommendations towards restoration of market confidence and stability.
Keywords: Capital market of Bangladesh; Probe Committee; Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 42 pages
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