Basel Iii The Devil And Global Banking

Author: D. Chorafas
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 023035842X
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The banking industry extensively lobbied against Basel III and governments have been keen to delay its full implementation. Chorafas' latest book takes a well-rounded approach on Basel III's strengths and weaknesses and explains how, without deep restructuring of the global banking industry, (like Basel II) Basel III will fail.

Banks Bankers And Bankruptcies Under Crisis

Author: D. Chorafas
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137436999
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Banks, Bankers, and Bankruptcies Under Crisis uses case studies of failed banks, banks that would have failed without taxpayer intervention, and in some cases banks obliged to merge under government pressure, to better understand global banking today.

Quantification Of Operational Risk Under Basel Ii

Author: Imad A. Moosa
Editor: Finance and Capital Markets
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The book presents arguments that are critical of the Basel II Accord, particularly the advanced measurement approach to operational risk. It is argued that the advanced measurement approach is not viable in terms of costs and benefits and is likely to distract financial institutions from the real task of managing operational risk.

Financial Institutions Instruments And Markets

Author: Christopher Viney
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education Australia
ISBN: 1760422975
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Now in its ninth edition, Financial Institutions Instruments and Markets continues to be one of the market leaders in financial institutions management. With a well-respected author team at the helm it is a comprehensive resource for all students wanting to learn about the modern financial system as well as those preparing for a career in finance. This new edition encourages students to understand anticipate and challenge the complex and global nature of finance while maintaining an accessible approach and style.

Futures Otc World

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Business Periodicals Index

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F S Index United States Annual

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Bna S Banking Report

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The New Basel Capital Accord

Author: Paul H. Kupiec
Editor: International Monetary Fund
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This paper considers characteristics of the capital requirements proposed in The New Basel Capital Accord (2001). Formal analysis identifies calibration features that could give rise to unintended consequences that may include: concentration of credit risk in institutions that are less well equipped to measure and manage risks; an overabundance of thinly capitalized high quality long-maturity credits in foundation Internal Ratings-Based (IRB) banks; distortions in the secondary market for discount or premium credits; an increase in the difficulty of resolving distressed financial institutions; and incentives to distort the accuracy of loan loss provisions.

The New Basel Capital Accord

Author: Benton E. Gup
Editor: South-Western Pub
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Becoming operational in 2007, the Basel Capital Accord initiative is an effort to bring order to international capital markets and level the playing field for banks. Bottom line, officials hope to align capital with the risks faced by banks. However, despite the worldwide endorsements by regulators, the Accord may not be the “sure thing” everyone hopes it will be. It is very costly to implement and is not suitable for all banks. The question remains, though: Will it succeed? Gathering perspectives from the top minds in the field of international banking and finance, Gup's intriguing book The New Basel Capital Accord offers authoritative, provocative, and practical discussion and analysis of the impact of the Accord and discusses new opportunities for regulatory arbitrage.

The Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
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The Devil S Derivatives

Author: Nicholas Dunbar
Editor: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1422143163
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A compelling narrative on what went wrong with our financial system—and who’s to blame. From an award-winning journalist who has been covering the industry for more than a decade, The Devil’s Derivatives charts the untold story of modern financial innovation—how investment banks invented new financial products, how investors across the world were wooed into buying them, how regulators were seduced by the political rewards of easy credit, and how speculators made a killing from the near-meltdown of the financial system. Author Nicholas Dunbar demystifies the revolution that briefly gave finance the same intellectual respectability as theoretical physics. He explains how bankers worldwide created a secret trillion-dollar machine that delivered cheap mortgages to the masses and riches beyond dreams to the financial innovators. Fundamental to this saga is how “the people who hated to lose” were persuaded to accept risk by “the people who loved to win.” Why did people come to trust and respect arcane financial tools? Who were the bankers competing to assemble the basic components into increasingly intricate machines? How did this process achieve its own unstoppable momentum—ending in collapse, bailouts, and a public outcry against the giants of finance? Provocative and intriguing, The Devil’s Derivatives sheds much-needed light on the forces that fueled the most brutal economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Far Eastern Economic Review

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The Economist

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Annual Index

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