Current Directions in Financial Regulation

Overview

The continuing rapid evolution of the financial system continues to challenge both management and regulators. Management strives to find cost-effective organizational structures that offer enough flexibility to respond quickly to environmental change. Regulators strive to find effective responses to the competitive and prudential challenges presented by the rapidly changing dynamics of financial system operations. The papers presented in this volume address important aspects of both issues: the continuing ...
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Overview

The continuing rapid evolution of the financial system continues to challenge both management and regulators. Management strives to find cost-effective organizational structures that offer enough flexibility to respond quickly to environmental change. Regulators strive to find effective responses to the competitive and prudential challenges presented by the rapidly changing dynamics of financial system operations. The papers presented in this volume address important aspects of both issues: the continuing evolution of the world's financial institutions and the regulatory challenges presented by the changes.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781553390725
  • Publisher: McGill-Queens University Press
  • Publication date: 5/30/2005
  • Series: Policy Forum Series
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author


Frank Milne is Bank of Montreal Professor of Economics and Finance, Department of Economics, Queen's University. Edwin H. Neave is emeritus professor of business and finance, School of Business, Queen's University.

Frank Milne is Bank of Montreal Professor of Economics and Finance, Department of Economics, Queen's University.
Edwin H. Neave is emeritus professor of business and finance, School of Business, Queen's University.

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Table of Contents

Regulatory targeting : financial services strategies across borders and sectors 13
Prudential regulation : a view from the fed 49
Prudential regulation : comments 61
Cyclicality in the catastrophic risk of financial institutions 71
Cyclicality in the catastrophic risk of financial institutions : comments 113
Convergence of banking and insurance : opportunities in wholesale financial services 121
Prudential regulation : a view from OSFI 181
Towards a macroprudential framework for financial supervision and regulation? 191
Towards a macroprudential framework : comments 235
The value-added from observing bank mergers 247
The value-added from observing bank mergers : comments 263
Comments on coming challenges 273
Financial regulation, accounting and risk management : what agenda for the future? 279
Financial regulation : international perspectives and Canadian issues 289
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