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2012/3
Future Risks and Fragilities for Financial Stability

edited by David T. Llewellyn and Richard Reid, Vienna, 2012

ISBN 978-3-902109-63-7
 
In March 2012 a conference, organised jointly by the ICFR and SUERF, on "Future Risks and Fragilities for Financial Stability", explored what the next pressure points for financial stability might be, how these may arise from the response to the last financial crisis, and how the industry and the regulators can prepare for them. In order to discuss this theme, the conference brought together a select group of academics, industry practitioners and policymakers to discuss a range of connected issues, mainly incentives and market discipline, regulation, competition and shadow banking, and size and structure of business models.


Introduction
Stefano Pagliari
 
Incentive Structures
Clive Briault
 
Supporting Market Discipline: The Case of a Bank Disclosure Council
Alistair Milne
 
Basel III and Shadow Banking
Patricia Jackson
 
Regulation and Competition in the Financial System
Vicky Pryce
 
The Evolution of Bank Business Models: Pre- and Post-crisis
David T. Llewellyn
 
Banking Banana Skins – Brief Remarks
David Lascelles
 
Concluding Observations
Thorsten Beck 

Additional Info
Keywords: Financial Stability, Incentive Structures, Market Discipline, Bank Disclosure Councils, Basel III, Shadow Banking, Regulation, Competition, Bank Business Models
JEL Codes: G1, G20, G21, G28, G38
ISBN No.: 978-3-902109-63-7
Authors: Stefano Pagliari, Clive Briault, Alistair Milne, Patricia Jackson, Vicky Pryce, David T. Llewellyn, Thorsten Beck, David Lascelles
Editors: David T. Llewellyn and Richard Reid

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