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Global Banking & Financial Policy Review 2013/14

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ISBN13: 9781781371251
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £245.00

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The Global Banking & Financial Policy Review 2013/14 provides a unique overview of commercial banking policy and monetary forecasts on a global scale:

  • Exclusive policy statements from over 70 finance ministers and central bank governors provide an insight into challenges and developments faced by economies worldwide, making this review a unique overview of the global economic environment and its investment opportunities.
  • Contributions from the ECB, BIS and Future of Banking Commission and many other leading experts provide in-depth editorial on current banking issues
  • Directory with contact details of approx. 150 central banks across the world
Articles by leading experts from investment banks, law firms and consultancies:
  • Stable euro, strong Europe
  • EU Financial Transactions Tax: The 11 are determined, but on what, exactly?
  • The role of the UK's Prudential Regulation Authority
  • Regulatory reform and its implications for banks and supervisors
  • The BRICS Development Bank
  • The Austrian market from an advisory perspective: Taking advantage of future CESEE growth
  • Deposit Guarantee Scheme and risk-adjusted contributions – a case for a unified and uniform scheme in Austria
  • The cumulative impact of regulation and taxation – a Belgian example
  • The Brazilian financial services industry: The challenge of going global while not losing focus on local opportunities
  • The Cayman Islands as a global banking and finance centre
  • China's great transformation
  • The Irish banking market – the legal perspective
  • The regulatory challenge for banks in Israel
  • Recent trends in the Israeli economy
  • New resolution regime for Japanese financial institutions and the introduction of tipper liability
  • Integrating international best practices into local requirements while focusing on growth and profitability in Jordan
  • The revival of the Kuwait financial sector
  • The Lebanese economy: Sustaining positive growth in a difficult environment
  • The impact of regulatory changes – challenges and opportunities for Luxembourg
  • The evolving financial services industry in Luxembourg
  • Oman banking sector riding high on buoyant economy
  • Portugal – Positioning for growth
  • The South African financial services regulatory landscape – has it gone too far?
  • South Africa – financial and regulatory environment
  • Capital raising in South Africa post the adoption of Basel III: Some considerations
  • The diminishing role of the exchange rate for the Swiss economy
  • Navigating to tomorrow. Swiss banking 2013: Challenges and opportunities
  • Developments in Swiss banking and financial regulation 2012-13
  • Another offshore renminbi centre? Taiwan's opportunities and challenges
  • The changing capital market landscape, challenges and new opportunities for commercial banks in Tanzania
  • Developments in the legal and regulatory framework in Thailand
  • United States – The road to higher bank capital