Husain wants banking consolidation in Pakistan

Pakistan's central bank governor Ishrat Husain has said that he wants fewer, but stronger financial institutions in Pakistan which can mobilise and allocate resources in a cost effective and efficient manner. Husain said there are too many financial institutions in Pakistan with a weak capital base, rudimentary technology, inadequate human resources and a low capacity to absorb financial shocks.

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