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Author Weston, Rae

Title Domestic and Multinational Banking
Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (417 pages)
Series Routledge Library Editions: Banking & Finance
Routledge Library Editions: Banking & Finance
Contents Cover; Domestic and Multinational Banking: The Effects of Monetary Policy; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Part 1: The Nature of Banking; 1. The Origins of Modern Banking; 2. The Essence of Banking; 3. The Banker as a Retailer of Services; 4. Uncontrolled Banking: The Fischer Black Model; 5. A Modified Unregulated World; 6. The Liability Side of a Bank's Business: Deposits and Capital; 7. Loans and the Holding of Reserves; 8. The Costs of Banking Operations; 9. Constraints on the Scale of Operations; 10. The Diagrammatic Model; 11. Conclusion
15. Banking Regulation and Reform in Canada16. Banking Regulation in South Africa; 17. The Banking System in Australia; 18. The Development of Banking in Papua New Guinea; 19. Changing Banking Regulations in New Zealand; 20. The New Banking System in Indonesia; 21. The Development of Banking Regulation in Malaysia; 22. Banking in the Arab Republic of Egypt; 23. Conclusion; Part 3: Introducing Regulation into the Model of Uncontrolled banking; 1. Introduction; 2. The Impact of Reserve Requirements; 3. The Effect of Interest Rate Constraints; 4. The Operation of Credit Ceilings as a Constraint
5. The Impact of Indirect or Market Controls6. The Role of Capital under Regulation; 7. The Combination of Constraints; 8. Is Regulation Effective?; 9. Diversification: Domestic and International; 10. Conclusion; Part 4: The Move to Multinational Banking; 1. Introduction; 2. From International to Multinational Banking; 3. Moving into Multinational Banking; 4. The Nature of Multinational Banking; 5. Consortium Banking; 6. Roll- over Risk and Mismatching; 7. Foreign Exchange Transactions: Banking Risk and Currency Risk; 8. Foreign Exchange Transactions: Country Risk
9. Exchange Rate Risk: Sovereign Risk10. Information Flows and the Management of Multinational Banks; 11. Diagrammatic Illustrations of Multinational Bank Operations; 12. Conclusion; Part 5: The Supervision and Regulation of Multinational Banking; 1. Introduction; 2. Prudential Supervision and Multinational Banking; 3. A Nationalistic Approach: The Control of Foreign Banks in Canada; 4. Multinational Bank Regulation in the United States; 5. Conclusion; Epilogue; Index
Part 2: The Impact of Regulation on Domestic Banks1. Introduction; 2. The Regulation of Banking; 3. Controls on Banking in the United Kingdom; 4. The Regulation of Banking in France; 5. Banking Regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany; 6. The Banking System in the Netherlands; 7. Banking Regulation in Belgium 1; 8. Banking in Ireland; 9. The Control of Banking in Italy; 10. Banking Regulation in Denmark; 11. Banking Regulation in Norway; 12. Banking Regulation in a United Europe; 13. Banking Regulation in the United States; 14. Banking Controls in Japan
Summary This book examines the fundamental nature of banking in the economy of the 1970s and 80s, arguing that banking cannot be properly understood unless it is regarded as the retailing of financial services. In analysing the nature of banking the book demonstrates how banking might operate without regulatory constraints; surveys the patterns of regulatory constraint in a wide range of economies; analysis the effects of these various forms of constraint on the operation of a previously unregulated bank; examines the move to multinational banking; explores risks peculiar to multinational banking
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Subject Banks and banking, International
Banks and banking
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Banks & Banking.
Banks and banking, International.
Banks and banking.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1136268723
9781136268724