Regulation and Supervision of Financial Institutions in the NAFTA Countries and Beyond / Edition 1by George M. von Furstenberg
Pub. Date: 03/31/1997
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This volume goes into essential detail in assessing banking and finance regulations, supervision, and prudential and operating standards in the NAFTA countries in a global context. This volume reviews the laws, regulations, and operations of the banking and financial systems of the NAFTA countries. It addresses such issues as the fairness of national treatment
This volume goes into essential detail in assessing banking and finance regulations, supervision, and prudential and operating standards in the NAFTA countries in a global context. This volume reviews the laws, regulations, and operations of the banking and financial systems of the NAFTA countries. It addresses such issues as the fairness of national treatment accorded to foreign financial institutions, regulatory competition between agencies and system approaches, and the efficiency effects of financial conglomeration. There is an underlying concern with the control of systemic risk and moral hazards that arise in the financial sector, as well as in the payment and settlement system, and from deposit insurance. In view of the interplay of global standards and national politics, this volume gives an overview of global and European-Union (EU) approaches to sound finance (Parts I and II), before taking up regulatory competition and harmonization within and between the NAFTA partner countries (Parts III to V).
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Table of Contents
Preface. Part I: Sound Finance, Deposit Insurance, and Systemic Risk. 1. Sound Finance and the Wealth of Nations; H.J. Blommestein, M.G. Spencer. 2. Lessons for Transitional and Developing Economies from U.S. Deposit Insurance Reform; G.G. Kaufman. 3. Systemic Risk in Banking: Concept and Models; M. Loretan. Part II: Global and European Approaches to the Powers and Constraints Placed on Banking and Finance Institutions. 4. International Agreements in the Area of Banking and Finance: Accomplishments and Outstanding Issues; W.R. White. 5. Regional Financial Integration in Europe: A Blueprint for North America; B. Höfer, G.M. von Furstenberg. Part III: International Regulatory Competition: United States and Canada. 6. Competition and Convergence of Bank Regulation in NAFTA; M. Fratianni. 7. Trade in Financial Services in NAFTA: A Public Choice Approach; J.C. Pattison. 8. Integration and Globalization of the Canadian and U.S. Banking Industries: A Modest Role for NAFTA? D.E. Nolle. 9. Regulatory Issues Arising from Financial Integration; N. Le Pan. Part IV: U.S. Financial Reform Legislation and the Model for NAFTA. 10. The Evolving U.S. Legislative Agenda in Banking and Finance; E.J. Kane. 11. Financial Conglomeration: Issues and Questions; A.V. Thakor. 12. A Financial System that Strengthens Market Forces: What is Most Needed? H. Rosenblum. Part V: Reform of the Mexican Banking System and Its Regulatory, Supervisory, and Payment Relations with the United States.13. Consolidated Supervision of Cross-Border Banking Activities: Principles and Practice in the NAFTA Context; M.G. Martinson. 14. Mexico's Banking Crisis: Origins, Consequences, and Countermeasures; J. Gavito, et al. 15. Efficiency and Risk in Small-Value, Cross-Border Payments: The North American Case; J.C. Marquardt, et al. Index.
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