The Financial System in Albania

Sanie Doda

Abstract


The Albanian public has gone through a lot of important economical crises and is still very sensitive from factors, even small ones that affect their beliefs in key sectors of the economy. However progress has been made towards the opinion of the general public, in recognition of the financial mediators and financial markets from a good part of the population, since public trust is important to a lot of sectors. Our financial system has gone through a lot of phases, starting from the fall of communism when the country entered a transition phase and the need of a new genuine financial system arose, since there was not any in existence, to continue with the need of development of the banking sector as the most important sector and while creating later a legal basis to help in the progress of this failed system.

Developed countries constantly perfection their financial systems. It is astonishing how far they have gone and achieved in their development and in the regulation of some imperfections. Everything seems like it has an answer and the opportunities for investments are huge. Technology has also influenced because it has made everything easier. The role of financial intermediaries is well defined and they are precisely financial intermediaries that help in the regulation of imperfections of the financial markets, and the financial markets are structured in such a way that makes possible the realization of transactions and investments in an instant and very easy way and have a wide sufficient function. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v5i2.7720

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