edited by Attila Csajbók and Ernest Gnan, Vienna, 2011
A joint publication with the Magyar Nemzeti Bank
On 23 June 2010, the Magyar Nemzeti Bank and SUERF jointly organised a conference on "The Future of Banking in CESEE after the Financial Crisis", incorporating the SUERF Annual Lecture, delivered by Manfred Schepers, Vice President, Finance at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, on "The role of domestic financial markets in an integrated Europe". This SUERF Study compiles selected papers presented at this conference. To capture a full picture of the information and views collected at the conference, the introduction also summarises findings from presentations given orally at the conference only.
Introduction: The Future of Banking in CESEE after the Financial Crisis
Micro to Macro: New Focus in Financial Stability
Domestic Financial Markets in an Integrated Europe
What has Driven Private Sector Credit Developments in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe?
Markus Eller, Michael Frömmel, Nora Srzentic
The Prospects for the Banking Market in CESEE Beyond the Crisis
Debora Revoltella and Fabio Mucci
Deposit Insurance Systems – Lessons from the Crisis for CESEE Banking Systems
Changes in Risk Management Practices after the Crisis: the Hungarian Perspective
Keywords: Financial stability, external funding, macroprudential supervision, lending, fiscal policy; Regulatory reform, fiscal consolidation, cross-border banking, bank financing; Bank lending to the private sector, transition economies, credit growth, financial crisis; Convergence, consumption, investment, efficiency, profitability; Deposit insurance (guarantee), coverage, moral hazard, payout capability; Risk management, governance, corporate business, project finance.
JEL Codes: C3, E4, E5, F3, G2
ISBN No.: 978-3-902109-56-9
Authors: Ernest Gnan, András Simor, Manfred Schepers, Markus Eller, Michael Frömmel and Nora Srzentic, Debora Revoltella and Fabio Mucci, Małgorzata Iwanicz-Drozdowska, Petra Kalfmann
Editors: Attila Csajbók and Ernest Gnan