An Introduction to Western Financial Markets by Stephen Valdez

By Stephen Valdez

Provides a advent to the relevant Western monetary markets and associations, quite these within the united states, Europe and Japan. The publication comprises: advertisement and funding banking, funds and coverage, and techniques and futures. moment version: "An creation to international monetary Markets".

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Thus, there should be a prudentrelationship between capitaland lending- that is the capital ratio. All this assumes that the bank has not made things worse by an excessive exposure to a fewkey borrowers. In 1984, for example, it was found that Johnson Matthey Bank in the UK had lent the equivalent of 115% of its own capital to just twoborrowers. This loophole waspluggedin the 1987Banking Act. If exposure to oneborrowerexceeds10% ofcapital,theBankofEnglandmustbe informed. Before exposure canexceed25%, BankofEngland permissionmustbe obtained.

The Building SocietiesAct of 1986deregulated themto theextent of allowingthem to offer cheque accounts and unsecured loans as wellas a variety of other services. However, the amountof suchbusiness that they can do is strictly limited. The Act also allowed them to become a public limited company if the members agreed. Today building societies do about 60% of mortgage business and the banks 40%. Gennany hasmortgagebanks(Hypothekenbanken), usually subsidiaries ofother banks, and a few building societies(Bausparkassen).

It was active in many countries but registeredin Luxembourg, whichmay not have had the resources to monitor it properly. This says that an EC bank can set up a branch in any EC country with a licensefrom its home bank and not its host bank, although supervision will be carried out by the host central bank. In particular,theysay that a centralbank may refuse a license if itbelievesthatabankisnot properlysupervised by its home authority. The Bank of England, stung by criticismover its role in the BCCI affair,pointed out that in the six years prior to 1992it had quietlyrevoked16bankinglicencesand obliged 35 banks to recapitalise, change managementor merge.

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