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To say that banks have a lot to think about in this year would be a gross understatement. This is, of course, particularly so on regulatory matters. There is so much going on, with so little time to pause and reflect, that there is a real risk that the number and complexity of regulatory developments leaves banks and, in particular, their senior management, constantly fighting fires and missing the bigger picture. This book is an attempt to assist general counsel, other in-house counsel, compliance professionals and senior executives of banks by providing a reference guide to some key banking regulatory topics in the countries that it covers.
Many of the topics discussed in this volume are central to the debates that all banking groups should be having: the ‘too big to fail’ problem, the activities of the ‘shadow banking sector’, how to manage the quality and quantity of capital and liquidity, and, crucially, the importance of positive engagement with regulators.
As institutions face these challenges and devote more resources to dealing with regulatory matters, the Review will prove an invaluable resource to those who need to keep abreast of legal and market developments in the banking sector. Comprising 44 jurisdiction chapters written by recognised experts in the field of banking regulation, the book also includes a specialist chapter on ‘International Initiatives’.