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The 1974 International Banking Crisis

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Summer in the City: the 1974 International Banking Crisis in London and its implications for regulatory reform, paper presented by Professor Catherine Schenk at the Centre of Business History, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, on 9 January 2012 Abstract The relationship between regulators and the regulated in financial services has attracted considerable academic attention, partly because banking… Continue reading

The Central Banks and the States, March 2012

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“The Central Banks and the States” conference organised by the Historical Mission of the Bank of France on 15-16 March 2011 in Paris. Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol will give a presentation entitled “Un nouveau système monétaire dans un système politique en mutation: Les banques centrales, la CEE, et la création du SME.” Abstract L’objet de cette… Continue reading

Governance of Governors

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Governance of Governors: the 1974 international banking crisis and the early deliberations of the Basel Committee   The 2007 global financial crisis exposed a range of weaknesses in the fabric of prudential supervision both at national and international level. Given the failure of the Basel Committee framework to develop effective rules that can be implemented… Continue reading