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Dirk Schoenmaker – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Trans-Tasman cooperation in Banking Supervision and resolution
    Journal of Banking Regulation, 2020
    Co-Authors: Dirk Schoenmaker

    Abstract:

    Four major Australian banks span the Australian and New Zealand Banking system. Applying the financial trilemma model, this article investigates possible approaches for cooperation in the Supervision and resolution of these cross-border banks. The article first reviews the current arrangement in the Trans-Tasman Council of Banking Supervision, which is based on a soft law approach. Next, this article explores a trans-Tasman Banking union, which would encompass joint Supervision and joint resolution based on burden sharing. The challenge is political. Are the two countries willing to join forces in Banking policies and thus give up part of their sovereignty in this field? And can New Zealand, as the smaller one of the two, ensure an effective voice in joint arrangements?

  • european Banking Supervision the first eighteen months
    , 2016
    Co-Authors: Dirk Schoenmaker, Nicolas Veron

    Abstract:

    European Banking Supervision, also known as the Single Supervisory Mechanism, is the first and arguably the main component of European Banking union. In late 2014, the European Central Bank became the supervisor for the region’s largest Banking groups; the ECB also oversees the Supervision by national authorities of smaller banks. This Blueprint is the first in-depth study of how this ground-breaking reform is working in practice. It includes a euro-area overview and chapters on nine countries covering 95 percent of the area’s Banking assets, illustrating the diversity of experiences, situations and perceptions in different member states. Despite teething troubles and occasional misjudgements, this assessment finds that overall European Banking Supervision has been effective, demanding and broadly fair, at least for the banks under the ECB’s direct watch. Even so, achieving a truly single market in Banking services will require more time, further supervisory initiatives and new Europe-wide regulatory and legislative steps.

  • Banking Supervision and resolution the european dimension
    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2012
    Co-Authors: Dirk Schoenmaker

    Abstract:

    Both theory (game theory) and practice (recent financial crisis) indicate that national interests prevail in cross-border resolution. National authorities aim for the least-cost solution for domestic taxpayers. This results in an undersupply of the public good of global financial stability. International banks are increasingly run on national lines, as national supervisors force stand-alone subsidiaries to maintain separate liquidity and capital buffers in each jurisdiction.To preserve the Internal Market in Banking, this paper proposes a supranational approach to Banking Supervision and resolution in Europe. The large cross-border banks would then be supervised directly by the European Banking Authority, and in case of liquidity and solvency problems, have access to the ECB and the newly proposed European Resolution Authority. The European Resolution Authority needs a fiscal backstop and a strong legal framework to be credible. The access to government funds could be based on ex ante burden sharing between participating countries. The legal regime could be provided by a new special resolution regime embedded in a EU Regulation giving powers to liquidate or resolve ailing banks in a timely and orderly manner on a EU-wide scale.

Charles Goodhart – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: A History of the Early Years, 1974–1997 – The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: A History of the Early Years 1974–1997
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Charles Goodhart

    Abstract:

    The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) sets the guidelines for world-wide regulation of banks. It is the forum for agreeing international regulation on the conduct of Banking. Based on special access to the archives of the BCBS and interviews with many of its key players, this book tells the story of the early years of the Committee from its foundation in 1974/5 right through until 1997 – the year that marks the watershed between the Basel I Accord on Capital Adequacy and the start of work on Basel II. In addition, the book covers the Concordat, the Market Risk Amendment, the Core Principles of Banking and all other facets of the work of the BCBS. While the book is primarily a record of the history of the BCBS, it also provides an assessment of its actions and efficacy. It is a major contribution to the historical record on Banking Supervision.

  • the basel committee on Banking Supervision a history of the early years 1974 1997
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Charles Goodhart

    Abstract:

    The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) sets the guidelines for world-wide regulation of banks. It is the forum for agreeing international regulation on the conduct of Banking. Based on special access to the archives of the BCBS and interviews with many of its key players, this book tells the story of the early years of the Committee from its foundation in 1974/5 right through until 1997 – the year that marks the watershed between the Basel I Accord on Capital Adequacy and the start of work on Basel II. In addition, the book covers the Concordat, the Market Risk Amendment, the Core Principles of Banking and all other facets of the work of the BCBS. While the book is primarily a record of the history of the BCBS, it also provides an assessment of its actions and efficacy. It is a major contribution to the historical record on Banking Supervision.

  • the basel committee on Banking Supervision
    Cambridge Books, 2011
    Co-Authors: Charles Goodhart

    Abstract:

    The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) sets the guidelines for world-wide regulation of banks. It is the forum for agreeing international regulation on the conduct of Banking. Based on special access to the archives of the BCBS and interviews with many of its key players, this book tells the story of the early years of the Committee from its foundation in 1974/5 right through until 1997 – the year that marks the watershed between the Basel I Accord on Capital Adequacy and the start of work on Basel II. In addition, the book covers the Concordat, the Market Risk Amendment, the Core Principles of Banking and all other facets of the work of the BCBS. While the book is primarily a record of the history of the BCBS, it also provides an assessment of its actions and efficacy. It is a major contribution to the historical record on Banking Supervision.

Sheng-you Yang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • The game theory analysis and suggestions on post-crisis China-ASEAN Cooperation in Banking Supervision
    2011 International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information, 2011
    Co-Authors: Guo-ying Li, Sheng-you Yang

    Abstract:

    Although China-ASEAN Cooperation in Banking Supervision has made many achievements, there are still some problems. Through establishing a game model of inter-countries cooperation in Banking Supervision and analyzing the strategy selection under different conditions. We can conclude that: countries with high financial openness in the China-ASEAN region are actively committed to Supervision cooperation; and with the acceleration of financial integration, it will help to maximize the social welfare if the countries with low financial openness join the cooperation. Hence, to strengthen the China-ASEAN cooperation in Banking Supervision, we should set up a multi-level cooperation framework, found authoritative organizations and establish uniform rules.

  • The game theory analysis and suggestions on post-crisis China-ASEAN Cooperation in Banking Supervision
    2011 International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information, 2011
    Co-Authors: Guo-ying Li, Sheng-you Yang

    Abstract:

    Although China-ASEAN Cooperation in Banking Supervision has made many achievements, there are still some problems. Through establishing a game model of inter-countries cooperation in Banking Supervision and analyzing the strategy selection under different conditions. We can conclud that: countries with high financial openness in the China-ASEAN region are actively committed to Supervision cooperation; and with the acceleration of financial integration, it will help to maximize the social welfare if the countries with low financial openness join the cooperation. Hence, to strengthen the China-ASEAN cooperation in Banking Supervision, we should set up a multi-level cooperation framework, found authoritative organizations and establish uniform rules.