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- Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2015; US$ 199.00
In light of the economic deregulation and financial policy amendments, there is a great deal of capital-flows and interconnected financial activities between the developed and developing countries. As such, banking operations have become very complex and some financial institutions through their sheer reach, across geographies and markets have become... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 160.00
This book brings together academic work on contemporary issues in financial institutions and markets. The general theme is designed to allow for a wide range of topics, covering the diverse nature of academic enquiry in banking and finance. The contributions thus address a broad spectrum of contemporary issues including bank diversification and securitization... more...
Non-G-10 Countries and the Basle Capital Rules - How Tough a Challenge is it to Join the Basle Club?International Monetary Fund 1995; US$ 5.00
The 1988 Basle Capital Accord has introduced the norm of a risk-based capital ratio of 8 percent. It was negotiated among the G-10 countries to strengthen their international banks? capital base while simultaneously levelling the playing field for competition. Since 1988, a large number of non-G-10 countries, although not members of the ?Basle Club,?... more...
- International Monetary Fund 2000; US$ 5.00
Interventions in banks are often an integral element of a government?s program for addressing a systemic banking crisis. Interventions may be warranted because the banks are deeply insolvent or riddled with fraud; they may be requiring substantial liquidity support. more...
- International Monetary Fund 2004; US$ 7.50
This paper reviews recent banking reform efforts in the lower Mekong countries (LMCs), comprising Cambodia, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, and Vietnam. Linked by close economic and cultural ties, the three LMCs face the dual challenge of economic development and transition to market-based economies. Two-tier banking systems were formally introduced... more...
- International Monetary Fund 2010; US$ 5.00
This paper contributes to the current debate on what role financial stability considerations should play in monetary policy decision and how best to integrate macro-prudential and monetary policy frameworks. The paper broadly supports the view that monetary policy easing induces greater risk-taking by banks but also shows that the relationship between... more...
- International Monetary Fund 2002; US$ 5.00
Using electronic delivery channels for banking services and products has become increasingly popular in recent years. Electronic banking makes it possible to offer banking services around the world 24 hours a day. The dependence on technology for providing the services with the necessary security. more...
- International Monetary Fund 2009; US$ 5.00
Based on a simple framework, this note clarifies the economics behind bank restructuring and evaluates various restructuring options for systemically important banks. The note assumes that the government aims to reduce the probability of a bank?s default and keep the burden on taxpayers at a minimum. The note also acknowledges that the design of any... more...
- International Monetary Fund 2011; US$ 5.00
The causes of the global financial crisis were multi-faceted but revealed still unresolved weaknesses in national and international financial oversight and resolution frameworks. In particular, many governments in the crisis-hit countries had to provide unprecedented levels of support to contain the crisis and protect financial stability. These interventions... more...