The Banking Regulation Review - 9th Edition

Published: May 2019
Pages: 652
Code: 1AC51C87FACBA9641E5762675F13C7AC
Format: Paperback
Publisher The Law Reviews
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£ 350.00
Banking regulation is a never-ending quest to balance the three major policy objectives of financial stability, consumer protection and the needs of developed economies for reliable services involving the provision and intermediation of finance. It is safe to say that the relative importance of these factors to policymakers will never be constant.
Driven by events – whether political, economic or financial – governments and regulators will move their centre of focus from one objective to another as circumstances require, while continuing to pay lip service to the need to balance all three. For their part, banks have to maintain the right quantity and quality of resources to react to policy shifts and, hopefully, to ensure that they can communicate their views clearly to the authorities before those shifts take place.
Countries:
Argentina
Barbados
Belgium
Brazil
Cambodia
Denmark
European Union
Finland
France
Germany
Hong Kong
Hungary
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Panama
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Singapore
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela

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