International Banking in the New Era: Post-Crisis Challenges and Opportunities Vol: 11

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10 Nov 2010
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
485 pages - 156 x 234 x 43mm
International Finance Review


The deregulation of developed countries' financial markets, the reshaping of the traditional boundaries of commercial and investment banking activities, and the development of banking systems in emerging markets in recent times has seen an evolution of the roles performed by banks. This volume publishes original papers that examine the issues concerning challenges and opportunities for international banks in the rapidly changing global environment. It looks at financial markets and banking, examines the role of banks and lawyers in the global financial crisis, explores post-crisis financial regulation and highlights determinants of international banking. Truly international in coverage, specific articles focus on: bank fragility and the financial crisis with evidence from the U.S. dual banking system; Asia-Pacific perspectives on the financial crisis 2007-2009; bankers and scapegoats; lawyers and the meltdown; perspectives from the developing world on reforming international standards for bank capital requirements; Australian regulators and bank risk managers; the effects of underwriting practices on loan losses; and comparisons of banking efficiency in Europe.
List of Contributors. Introduction to international banking in the new era: Post-crisis challenges and opportunities. The subprime mortgage crises: how the market was failed and manipulated. Bank fragility and the financial crisis: Evidence from the U.S. dual banking system. Asia-Pacific perspectives on the global financial crisis 2007–2009. Bankers and scapegoats. The lawyers and the meltdown: The role of lawyers in the current financial crisis. The global financial crisis: Causes, effects and issues to consider in the reform of financial regulation. Reforming international standards for bank capital requirements: A perspective from the developing world. Financial fragility and securitisation: the discussions with Australian regulators and bank risk managers. The effects of underwriting practices on loan losses: Evidence from the FDIC survey of bank lending practices. Banks, ABS's and CDS's: Information production, risk bearing, and incentive compatibility. Distress resolution strategies in the banking sector: Implications for global financial crises. Comparison of banking efficiency in Europe: Islamic versus conventional banks. The economic determinants and behavior of foreign banks in emerging countries during a period of global economic downturn. Does distance affect the performance of foreign banks? Evidence from multinational banking in developing countries. International finance review. International finance review. Copyright page.

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