Capital adequacy Too far, too fast? - The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision wants to overhaul its 1988 rules on allocating bank capital against risks. The old regime was effective, but crude. But the new framework promises endless argument. By giving rating agencies a say on capital charges, the rules will worsen the volatility of capital flows in and out of emerging markets. And is the new ...
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1999, p. 22-25
Anderson, Tim, (1983)
E-payments and cash management - Survival of the slickest - Efficient e-payments have little appeal for banks, since they're expensive to install and go against their own interests. But can they afford to be passive by-standers?
Shirreff, David, (2001)
German bank mergers: Dance of the cobra - Dramatic change in Germany's banking industry has long been predicted but very little has been achieved. Cobra's attempt to increase its stake in Commerzbank provoked the bank into frantic merger negotiations with Dresdner. But once again the deal failed. Where now for Germany's banks?
Shirreff, David, (2000)
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