The paper examines: (i) regulatory restrictions on bank activities and the mixing of banking and commerce; (ii) regulations on domestic and foreign bank entry; (iii) regulations on capital.
This paper tests the role of different banks’ liquidity funding structures in explaining the bank failures that occurred in the United States between 2007 and 2009. The results highlight that.
Bank IT failures: the worst offenders. The research also revealed which banks have suffered the most IT issues over the last nine months. Barclays came out on top, experiencing 41 incidents. Just last week, hundreds of Barclays customers were unable to access their mobile banking app after it crashed on payday, with many venting their.Buy The causes of bank failures in the 1980s (Research paper) by David Barker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Working Paper Series Commercial bank failures during the Great Recession: the real (estate) story. Macroprudential Research Network Adonis Antoniades Note: This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the European Central Bank (ECB).
In this paper, we examine management inefficiency as a possible explanation for the bank failure in the United States during GFC. Given the scale of bank failures and government bailouts during the recent GFC, there could be more theoretical and empirical discussions over government interventions, bank performance, and the financial safety nets.Read More
Policy Research Working Paper. 6799. The Implementation of Industrial Parks. Some Lessons Learned in India. Yannick Saleman. Luke Jordan. The World Bank Financial and Private Sector Development. Competitive Industries Global Practice Unit March 2014. WPS6799. Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized. Produced by the.Read More
The results show that bank failure is better captured when we account for the state of the economy both at the national and the regional level. Moreover, voluntary closures and acquisitions across provinces appear tobe related with bank distress. Our findings have important policy implications. First,using a wider spectrum of information increases the accuracy of default prediction models.Read More
On the other hand, uncertainty about credit risk of tradable assets might spread from the secondary market to the interbank market, lead to liquidity shortages and socially inefficient bank failures. The paper shows that liquidity injections and liquidity requirements are effective in eliminating liquidity shortages and the asset purchases are not. The paper explains how collapse of markets.Read More
This paper provides an analysis of financial and economic circumstances associated with the subprime mortgage crisis in the United States along with an extensive review of intelligence techniques used in the operations research literature to predict bank failures.Read More
T1 - The Roles of Corporate Governance in Bank Failures during the Recent Financial Crisis. AU - Berger, A.N. AU - Imbierowicz, B. AU - Rauch, C. N1 - Pagination: 48. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - Abstract: This paper analyzes the roles of corporate governance in bank defaults during the recent financial crisis of 2007-2010. Using a data sample of.Read More
This paper examines the determinants of individual bank failures and acquisitions in the United States during 1984-1993. We use bank-specific information suggested by examiner CAMEL-rating categories to estimate competing-risks hazard models with time-varying covariates. We focus especially on the role of management quality, as reflected in alternative measures of x-efficiency and find the.Read More
A new paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research examines how the structure and interconnectedness of the financial system on the eve of the Great Depression played a role in financial instability and bank failure rates:. We employ a unique hand-collected dataset and a novel methodology to examine systemic risk before and after the largest U.S. banking crisis of the 20th century.Read More
Corporate failures resulting from financial instability or scandal have serious negative consequences for all stakeholders, including employees, business partners, investors, creditors, auditors, regulators, capital markets, and society at large. The impact is even more severe when these events happen concurrently with economic stress, such as during the recent financial crisis, or when they.Read More
Policy Research Working Paper 5324 The Political, Regulatory and Market Failures That Caused the US Financial Crisis David G. Tarr The World Bank Development Research Group Finance and Private Sector Development Team May 2010 WPS5324 Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized. Produced by the Research Support Team.Read More