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Stable banks in challenging times : contributions of Andreas Dombret at the Deutsche Bundesbank 2010-2018

Author: Andreas Dombret; Patricia C Mosser; Edward Elgar Publishing,
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2020]
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"The global financial crisis of 2008 has shown the great dangers of a pronounced imbalance in the financial system. The numerous regulatory components of the global financial system all aim to increase the stability and transparency of the system and thereby restore the confidence of market participants in credit institutions. The requirements lead to considerable challenges for the market participants: structures  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Interviews
Speeches
Named Person: Andreas Dombret; Andreas Dombret
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andreas Dombret; Patricia C Mosser; Edward Elgar Publishing,
ISBN: 9781839102219 1839102217
OCLC Number: 1178247815
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 303 pages)
Contents: Part l financial stability in a globalised world --
1. Securing financial stability: The contribution of economic policy --
2. Rules and tools for capturing systemic risk --
3. Could less be more? The role of finance for the economy --
4. More painkillers, please? Why more finance is the wrong medicine for our growth problem --
5. Under pressure --
is consolidation the solution for Europe's banking sector? --
6. Banking sector in uncertain times --
a challenge for whom? --
7. Banks navigating uncharted waters --
8. How to manage financial crises from a systemic viewpoint --
9. Financial systemic risk --
the national and international dimension of macroprudential policy --
10. Resilient banks --
essential building blocks of a stable financial system --
11. Shaken but not stirred? The banking system seven years after the crisis --
Part ll supervision and regulation in Europe and beyond --
12. Moving together --
one year of European banking supervision --
13. Failing or likely to fail? Putting the European banking union to the test --
14. Banks-allowing them to fail --
15. European banking union --
a construction site. Common supervision, common resolution, common deposit insurance scheme? --
16. Trying to see in the dark --
the challenge of financial regulation --
17. Big bang banking union --
what can we expect? --
18. What is "good regulation"? --
19. Cutting the gordian knot or splitting hairs? --
20. The quest for stability --
regulating and supervising banks --
21. The euro, the banks and the crisis --
reshaping the world of finance --
Part lll Basel III --
reflections on a major regulatory project --
22. Are we done now? Reflections on the post-crisis supervisory and regulatory regime --
23. Too little, too much, or just right? Reforming banking regulation after the financial crisis --
24. Basel III --
goal within sight --
25. Where do we go from here? The future of US-EU financial relations following the finalisation of Basel III --
26. Basel III --
are we done now --
Part lV behind the curve? The role of climate change in banking supervision --
27. Behind the curve? The role of climate risks in banks' risk management --
28. Greener finance --
better finance? How green should the financial world be? --
I. Opt in or opt out? The future of the European Union in light of Brexit --
29. What does Brexit mean for European banks? --
30. The possible impact of Brexit on the financial landscape. Speech delivered at zeb, London, 24 February 2017 --
31. The future relationship between Germany and the uk in finance after Brexit --
32. We can work it out --
or can we? Current challenges in Brexit talks --
33. Living with fragmentation --
post-Brexit realities in financial services --
34. How will Brexit change the map of global finance? --
II. Digitalisation --
the most significant challenge for future banking --
35. Digitalisation --
repercussions for banks and their supervisors --
36. Digital natives? The future of banking in an era of digitalisation --
37. Banks spellbound by innovation? Lessons learnt from digitalisation --
38. On the prospects of growing electronification in the capital markets --
39. Banking on big data --
different policy issues? --
40. Totally digital? The future of banking business --
III. Central banking and the role of international cooperation --
41. The future of global economic cooperation --
Brexit, Basel III and beyond --
42. What's the future of globalisation? What's the future of free markets? European optimism in an uncertain world --
43. A stairway to heaven? The promises and limits of global integration --
IV. Conclusion --
44. Mediating between worlds --
eight years at the Bundesbank.
Responsibility: Andreas Dombret (adjunct senior research scholar, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, New York, US) ; edited by Patricia C. Mosser (Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University, New York, USA) ; forewords by Agustín Carstens (General Manager, Bank for International Settlements (BIS), Basel, Switzerland) [and 4 others]. .

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"The global financial crisis of 2008 has shown the great dangers of a pronounced imbalance in the financial system. The numerous regulatory components of the global financial system all aim to increase the stability and transparency of the system and thereby restore the confidence of market participants in credit institutions. The requirements lead to considerable challenges for the market participants: structures have to be changed, business models have to be revised, systems have to be checked for their functionality. Stable Banks in Challenging Times is a collection of speeches delivered by Andreas Dombret during his eight-year tenure as a board member of the Deutsche Bundesbank, the German central bank, and also, from 2014 onwards, his term on the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank. He also represented Germany at the G7, the G20, the IMF, the FSB, the Basel Committee, the OECD and the BIS. As witness to the challenges created by the global financial crisis of 2008, Andreas Dombret helped to shape large parts of the new regulatory framework. He successfully monitored future developments such as digitalization, Brexit and climate change, and their effects on the risk situation in the global banking industry. His insights are an invaluable look at the inner workings of global financial regulation and policy. Financial system academics and researchers as well as professionals in banking, the financial sector, central banking and bank supervision will gain perspective from the author's observations as they pertain both to the past and our future"--

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