How do retail depositors perceive foreign-owned bank risk: Evidence from New Zealand
Risk Management: an international journal , Volume 11 - Issue 2 p. 135- 153
In this study, we examine retail depositors' knowledge of foreign ownership in the New Zealand banking market, and their attitudes towards the risks of foreign-owned banks. We find that respondents do not perceive foreign banks to be a great deal more risky, although it is not clear that respondents identify the long established, incumbent banks as being foreign-owned.
|Banking, Foreign ownership, Risk|
|Risk Management: an international journal|
|Organisation||Sprott School of Business|
Tripe, D. (David), McIntyre, M, & Wood, J.G. (Jacob G.). (2009). How do retail depositors perceive foreign-owned bank risk: Evidence from New Zealand. Risk Management: an international journal, 11(2), 135–153. doi:10.1057/rm.2009.2