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How country and safety-net characteristics affect bank risk-shifting

Armen Hovakimian

How country and safety-net characteristics affect bank risk-shifting

by Armen Hovakimian

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deposit insurance -- Econometric models.,
  • Risk -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementArmen Hovakimian, Edward J. Kane, Luc Laeven.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 9322, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9322.
    ContributionsKane, Edward J. 1935-, Laeven, Luc., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22445940M

    Country risk is a risk relating to the country of origin of the person to which the bank is exposed, that is, the risk of negative effects on the bank’s financial result and capital due to the bank’s inability to collect receivables from such person for reasons arising from political, economic or . Banking and the regulation of banks have both been key ele-ments in the development of the United States and its financial system. Banks have attained a unique and central role in U.S. financial markets through their deposit-taking, lending, and other activities. Banks hold the vast majority of deposits that are trans-ferable by check.

      Our statistical analysis seeks to determine what factors influence safety-net design, focusing on a country’s decision to adopt an EDIS and whether these same factors affect risk-shifting controls. Our study examines data for countries over after constructing a new dataset on deposit insurance design for countries around the world. How country and safety-net characteristics affect bank risk-shifting A Hovakimian, EJ Kane, L Laeven Journal of financial services research 23 (3), ,

    Types of Risks in Banks. Broadly speaking, Risks in the Banking sector are of two types namely Systematic Risks and Unsystematic Risks. Lets us define these two types of risks in Banks and understand the concept behind them. 1. Systematic Risks: It is the risk inherent to the entire market or a market segment, and it can affect a large number. Country-Risk Analysis Country-Risk Analysis is a comprehensive practical and theoretical guide to the management of cross-border lending and international investment risk. The last two decades of international commercial bank lending, similar to other periods in history, have witnessed a classical boom-and-bust financial cycle. Yet as.


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1. Introduction. While the causes of the – financial crisis were multifaceted, it has often been argued that monetary policy has been one of the factors contributing to excessive risk-taking by banks (Taylor, ).As a result, a number of authors have referred to a new transmission mechanism of monetary policy, coining the term: “the risk-taking channel” (Adrian and Shin,   The country's central bank governor, Erkki Liikanen, below, has led the way on proposals to split investment banking and deposit-taking activities at European lenders.

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Kane, Luc Laeven Pages OriginalPaper. Financial Turbulence and the Japanese Main Bank Relationship. Mark M. Spiegel.How country and safety-net characteristics affect bank risk shifting”, ().

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