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Principles of Banking Regulation

Authors

Kern Alexander, University of Zurich and Queens’ College, University of Cambridge

Description

An accessible, comprehensive analysis of the main principles and rules of banking regulation in the post-crisis regulatory reform era, this textbook looks at banking regulation from an inter-disciplinary perspective across law, economics, finance, management and policy studies. It provides detailed coverage of the most recent international, European and UK bank regulatory and policy developments, including Basel IV, structural regulation, bank resolution and Brexit, and considers the impact on bank governance, compliance, risk management and strategy.

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Key features

  • Examines bank regulation from an inter-disciplinary perspective across law, economics, finance, management and policy studies
  • Covers recent developments that effect banking regulation, such as ring-fenced banking, risk culture, Basel IV and Brexit
  • Includes a close examination of how the philosophy and institutional design of banking regulation has changed following the crisis of 2007–8, and some of the main regulatory, legal, governance and policy challenges

About the book

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108551557
  • Subjects Economics,Finance and Accountancy,Financial Law,Law
  • Format: Hardback
    • Publication date: 18 July 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108427265
    • Dimensions (mm): 247 x 174 mm
    • Weight: 1.12kg
    • Contains: 13 b/w illus. 4 tables
    • Page extent: 492 pages
    • Availability: Manufactured on demand: supplied direct from the printer
  • Format: Paperback
    • Publication date: 18 July 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108447973
    • Dimensions (mm): 247 x 174 mm
    • Weight: 0.97kg
    • Contains: 13 b/w illus. 4 tables
    • Page extent: 492 pages
    • Availability: In stock
  • Format: Digital
    • Publication date: 18 May 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108551557

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