Determinants of Banking Instability in Malaysia

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Determinants of Banking Instability in Malaysia
Final Year Project Proposal – April 2015
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This proposal is submitted to SEGi UNIVERSITY on 10/04/15, in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree BBM.

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I hereby declare that: * This undergraduate research project is the end result of my own work / research and that due acknowledgement has been given in the references. * No portion of this research project has been submitted in support of any application for any other degree or qualification of this or any other university. * The word count of this research proposal is 10,276 words.

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ACKNOWLEDEMENTS
I would like to thank my Final year project’s supervisor [NAME], who has been an inspiration and provided me information regarding banking instability, which proved to be very useful in completing this project.
I also appreciate the hard work and efforts of my friends and former colleagues who has provided me with useful information / data which helped me choose this topic.

PREFACE
This research paper is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for Bachelor of Business Administration (HONS) Banking and Finance. Our supervisor for this research is [PROFESSOR’S NAME]. The final year project is made solely by the authors yet it is based on the research of the others and the resources are quoted in references below. There is very little study about the determinants of banking instability specifically in Malaysia. In order to conduct the research I have chosen; reserve, interest rate,…...

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