New Paradigms in Banking, Financial Markets and Regulation?
edited by Morten Balling, Frank Lierman, Freddy Van den Spiegel, Rym Ayadi and David T. Llewellyn, Vienna, 2012, ISBN 978-3-902109-62-0
On May 11-12, 2011, SUERF, the Belgian Financial Forum, the Brussels Finance Institute and the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) jointly organised the 29th SUERF Colloquium New paradigms in money and finance? The papers included in this SUERF Study are based on contributions to the Colloquium. The 2008-11 financial crisis has demonstrated unsatisfactory performance in financial institutions and in financial regulation and supervision all over the world. The contributors to the present volume look with critical eyes on financial theories, supervisory structures, (mis)pricing of risk and distorted incentives, risk management models and procedures, conflicts of interest and bank strategies. Their perspectives are quite different, but they share the ambition of finding improved analytical, organizational or managerial approaches so that decisionmakers have a better chance of showing good performance in the future. In essence, they are looking for new paradigms in banking, financial markets and regulation.
Morten Balling, Frank Lierman, Freddy Van den Spiegel, Rym Ayadi & David T. Llewellyn
Financial Supervision in Europe after the Crisis
The Economic Crisis: A Story of Supervisory Failure and Ideas for the Way Forward
Donato Masciandaro, Rosaria Vega-Pansini and Marc Quintyn
Systemic Changes in the Financial World and the Search for the New Paradigm of Finance
On Basel Regulation and Banks’ Incentives
Perfect Models, Fallible Humans?
Frank De Jonghe
The Cooperative Banking Model: Performance and Opportunities
Competition on the Polish Banking Market (before the financial crisis and during the crisis) – Empirical Results
The Revisited Concept of Bank Liquidity in the Theory of Bank Intermediation
An Alternative Way of Calculating Risk-based Deposit Insurance Premiums
Susanna Walter and Matthias Schaller
Conflicts of Interest in Investment Advice to Private Customers – A Call for Greater Transparency and Better Alignment of Interests
Views on Bank Strategy and Capital Market Infrastructure
Lars Machenil and Lieve Mostrey