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Research Handbook on Crisis Management in the Banking Sector

Edited by: Matthias Haentjens, Bob Wessels

ISBN13: 9781783474226
Published: October 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



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In this timely Handbook, over 30 prominent academics, practitioners and regulators from across the globe, provide in-depth insights into an area of law that the recent global financial crisis has placed in the spotlight: bank insolvency law.

Research Handbook on Crisis Management in the Banking Sector discusses the rules that govern a bank insolvency from the perspectives of the various parties that are affected by these rules. Thus, whilst many bank insolvency rules have been enacted only recently and their application is still clouded by a host of uncertainties, this book takes the perspectives of the relevant authorities, of the bank and of the bank's counterparties. Additionally, country reports of all major jurisdictions provide comprehensive overviews of the current state.

Providing a comprehensive approach to crisis management in the banking sector, this Handbook will prove a valuable resource for academics, postgraduate students, practitioners and international policymakers.

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
PART I INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS
1. Too Big to Fail: A Policy's Beginning, Middle and End (?) Thomas F. Huertas
2. Central Banks, Systemic Lending, and Collateral Markets Jose Gabilondo
3. A Fiscal Backstop to the Banking System Dirk Schoenmaker
4. Large Scale Bank Insolvencies and the Challenges Ahead Andrew Campbell and Paula Moffatt

PART II EU AUTHORITIES PERSPECTIVE
5. The EU Resolution Toolbox Michael Schillig
6. Cross-border Cooperation between Resolution Authorities in the BRRD Vincenzo Troiano
7. The Single Resolution Mechanism in the European Banking Union: Legal Foundation, Governance Structure and Financing George S. Zavvos and Stella Kaltsouni
8. The European Stability Mechanism, A Crisis Tool Operating at Two Junctures Vestert Borger

PART III BANK PERSPECTIVE
9. Regulatory Capital Requirements and Bail in Mechanisms Bart P.M. Joosen
10. Rescuing Banks in Crisis: Towards a Theoretical Turnaround Management Perspective Jan Adriaanse, Jean-Pierre van der Rest and Tim Verdoes
11. Resolution of Cross-border Groups Paul Davies
12. Bank Structural Reform: Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Save and Too Complex to Manage, Supervise and Resolve? Alexandria Carr
13. Implications for the Corporate Governance Structures of Banks Tom Dijkhuizen

PART IV COUNTERPARTY PERSPECTIVE
14. Set-off, Netting and Close-out Netting Francisco Garcimartin and Maria Isabel Saez
15. Deposit Guarantee Schemes Blanaid Clarke
16. Legal and Operational Asset Segregation: European and Global Developments Matthias Haentjens and Pim Rank
17. The Rule of Law: Protection of Property Jacques Sluysmans, Willem Bosma, Matthijs Timmer and Nikky van Triet

PART V COUNTRY REPORTS
18. Australia Rosalind Mason and Michael Murray
19. China Kong Qingjiang and Sun Yinghui
20. Germany Alexander Bornemann
21. Japan Tomoaki Hayashi
22. UK (England & Wales) Louise Verrill and Paul Durban
23. USA Donald Bernstein and Reena Agrawal Sahni

PART VI CONCLUSIONS
24. Conclusions Matthias Haentjens and Bob Wessels