Conference "Origins of Banking Globalization: The Experience of Spain and Latin America"
The process of globalization in banking and finance raises many questions about the origins, trajectories and patterns of internationalization in banking. The birth and development of banks in Latin America and Spain was relatively slow in the 19th century in comparison with other economies. During the first age of globalization (1870-1914) this slowly began to change as banks multiplied in number and size.Today, there are many examples of foreign banks operating in Latin America and Spain. This meeting will focus on the historical origins of the globalization of banks in Latin America and Spain.
|Organizers:||European Association for Banking and Financial History EABH Banco Santander University of Cantabria|
|Classification:||N2 - Financial Markets and Institutions|
|Language:||English ; Spanish|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|