Corporate Governance in the Banking Sector in China available in Hardcover
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- Springer Singapore
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Focusing on the dichotomous and comparative analysis of the legitimacy, paradigm, and operating frames of bank governance and its reproduction in the new financial regime following the global financial crisis, this book examines in depth how corporate governance in bank institutions is legitimized, justified, and delivered in diversified financial models and their influences on the Chinese banking industry. By combining this type of financial model analysis with the new institutionalism theory, the book lifts the mysterious veil from corporate governance in Chinese banking institutions with regard to its establishment and constant changes. Through a kaleidoscope lens and by conducting a “layer by layer” diagnosis, the book tells the “background stories” of the complex settings for Chinese financial institutions, asks and answers the paradigmatic question of for whom banks are actually run and governed, and mind-maps the main corporate governance mechanisms and practices prevalent in Chinese banks.
Table of Contents
Part I Prelude.- Chapter 1: Introduction.- Part II Legitimacy for Bank Governance.- Chapter 2: Redefining the Bank and Its Corporate Governance.- Chapter 3: Legitimizing the Bank Governance across Countries.- Chapter 4: Financial Institutions for Corporate Governance in Chinese Banks.- Part III Paradigm for Corporate Governance in Banking Institutions.- Chapter 5: Varied Models of Bank Governance.- Chapter 6: A Hybrid Chinese Model.- Part IV Frames of Bank Governance in Practice.- Chapter 7: The Bank Board.- Chapter 8: The Regulation on the Banker’s Pay.- Chapter 9: The Risk Management System.- Chapter 10: The Legal Duties.- Part V Conclusions.- Chapter 11: Conclusions.