Prudential supervision what works and what doesn"t

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Statementedited by Frederic S. Mishkin.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesA National Bureau of Economic Research conference report
ContributionsMishkin, Frederic S.
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LC ClassificationsHG1615 .P78 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 368 p. :
Number of Pages368
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Open LibraryOL15488842M
ISBN 100226531880
LC Control Number00066783
OCLC/WorldCa45460894

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Similar to our approach to conduct supervision, our prudential assessments consider a wide range of factors: they go beyond quantitative analysis of firms’ financial resources and consider systems and controls, governance arrangements, and risk management capabilities including the risk of misconduct - essentially, we assess how well a firm understands the risks.

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The table below provides information on some key prudential requirements to which banks operating in New Zealand may be subject. More comprehensive information can be found in the banking supervision handbook. New Zealand-incorporated registered banks are subject to conditions of registration requiring them to maintain a minimum level of, and.

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2 Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the prudential supervision of investment firms and amending Directives /87/EC, /65/EC, /61/EU, /36/EU, /59/EU and /65/EU. Abstract. Banking firms around the world operate under extensive government supervision and regulation.

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Frederic S. Mishkin, editor. Conference held JanuaryPublished in January by University of Chicago Press. The Prudential Regulation of Banks applies modern economic theory to prudential regulation of financial intermediaries.

Dewatripont and Tirole tackle the key problem of providing the right incentives to management in banks by looking at how external intervention by claimholders (holders of equity or debt) affects managerial incentives and how that intervention might ideally.

will primarily concern itself with the prudential aspects of regulation and supervision which are designed to remove or lessen the threat of systemic instability.

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New prudential framework for investment firms published in the EU’s Official Journal / of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November on the prudential supervision of investment firms and amending Directives /87/EC, /65 (i.e.

the reporting of trading book positions and all non-trading book positions. In analyzing the “legal interaction” between the two frameworks in the EU, this book seeks to provide evidence of the inconsistencies associated with the structural separation of macroprudential and monetary frameworks, shedding light upon the legal instruments that could reconcile any potential policy inconsistency.

The book uses a normative risk-based approach to regulation as a methodological lens to analyse the UK regime of CCPs in the OTC derivatives market.

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Register of licensed insurers in New Zealand. Consultations and policy development for insurers. On 21 August the FSR Act was signed into law. The passing of the FSR Act is the culmination of collaboration on financial sector reform by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), National Treasury and the Financial Services Board and marks an important milestone on the journey towards a safer and fairer financial system that is able to serve all citizens.

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It scrutinises the content of prudential norms, proposes a qualification of these norms and an assessment of their interaction with other types of norms. This Chapter examines the regulatory and institutional issues relating to the management of systemic risk and the concept of macro-prudential supervision in financial markets.

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