Economics

Sound At Last? Assessing a Decade of Financial Regulation

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This is the first report in a new series on The Future of Banking, part of the new Banking Initiative from the IESE Business School that was launched in October 2018. The first report assesses fundamental aspects of the regulatory reform of the financial system, in particular banking, after the Great Recession. It critically reviews regulatory changes in order to ascertain whether the financial system is sound at last; whether regulatory reform has run its course; and what new dangers may arise from current arrangements. The Report concentrates on three crucial areas of post-crisis regulatory reform: Basel III and its aftermath; resolution procedures to end 'too big to fail'; and the expanding the role of central banks with a financial stability remit. The team of authors was brought together and is led by Xavier Vives.
Bibliographic citation: Bolton, Patrick; Cecchetti, Stephen; Danthine, Jean-Pierre; Vives, Xavier, "Sound At Last? Assessing a Decade of Financial Regulation", Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), 06/2019

Reference: 978-1-912179-19-0 (ISBN-13)
Date: 06/06/2019
Author(s): Bolton, Patrick; Cecchetti, Stephen; Danthine, Jean-Pierre; Vives, Xavier
Document type: Study and Monograph
Sector: Commercial and saving banks; Investment banks
Languages: English