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The sixth in a series of annual volumes on the financial sector from the Brookings Institution and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania focuses on financial conglomerates: strategies used, associated risks, strategic positioning, appropriate disclosure, and how best to regulate them.
Contributors include Arnoud Boot, Stijn Claessens, Jeroen J. M. Kremers, Andrew Kuritzkes, Arnold Schilder, Dirk Schoenmaker, Til Schuermann, Peter Swire, Iman van Lelyveld, Ingo Walter, Scott M. Weiner, Lawrence White, and Peter J. Wierts.
|Strategies in Financial Services, the Shareholders, and the System: Is Bigger and Broader Better?||1|
|Consolidation and Strategic Positioning in Banking with Implications for Europe||37|
|Benefits and Costs of Integrated Financial Services Provision in Developing Countries||85|
|Risk Measurement, Risk Management, and Capital Adequacy in Financial Conglomerates||141|
|Risk in Financial Conglomerates: Management and Supervision||195|
|Cross-Sector Supervision: Which Model?||225|
|What Constitutes Appropriate Disclosure for a Financial Conglomerate?||245|
|Efficient Confidentiality for Privacy, Security, and Confidential Business Information||273|