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|Title:||International banking and securities market regulation : an analysis of recent approaches|
|Other Titles:||Banking and finance in islands and small states|
Hall, Maximilian J.B.
|Keywords:||Banks and banking, International -- Case studies|
Markets -- Case studies
Finance -- Case studies
|Citation:||Bowe, M., & Hall, M. J. B.. (1998). International banking and securities market regulation: an analysis of recent approaches. In M. Bowe, L. Briguglio, & J.W. Dean (Eds.), Banking and finance in islands and small states (pp. 247-270). London: Pinter.|
|Abstract:||This chapter's main objective is to compare two alternative approaches which have recently emerged for controlling and regulating activities that contribute to market risk in the market for financial services; namely, the European Commission's 'Capital Adequacy Directive' (CAD) (EC, 1993a) and the revised 1995 Basle Committee on Banking Supervision (BC) proposals. These approaches encapsulate two very different strategies to financial market regulation.|
|Appears in Collections:||Banking and finance in islands and small states|
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