By Maximilian J. B. Hall
This paintings offers state stories of the newest advancements in monetary reform in a variety of either constructed and constructing nations from Western Europe, North and South the USA, Asia, and Australia. participants locate that courses of reform have embraced components equivalent to imperative financial institution reform, consolidation, demutualization, supervisory reform, and measures comparable to the creation of specific deposit assurance schemes. corridor teaches banking and fiscal legislation at Loughborough collage, united kingdom.
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Before the plan, Brazil had 243 banks; afterwards, 42 were liquidated by the central bank, 34 had their control transferred, or their assets sold, and 28 lost their banking charter. In other words, roughly 43 per cent of all existing banks before stabilization either changed hands or ceased to exist in a time span of less than five years. Besides that, there were changes in the structure of the banking sector. It is my understanding that stabilization, ceteris paribus, contributes to banking sector development, but even so, Brazilian banking faced its worst crisis just after stabilization.
Of banks 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 336 313 231 178 128 109 106 107 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 112 115 110 105 106 179 216 225 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 234 243 246 242 231 217 203 193 Source: Banco Central do Brasil. The table reflects the transformation the system had undergone after the stabilization programme. 7) and comprised 217 banks, of which one-fifth were foreign banks, one-sixth were state banks, and 36 The International Handbook on Financial Reform the remaining were private banks.
At the other end of the spectrum is . . Contract Regulation. Under this regime, the regulator sets down a clear set of objectives and general principles. ’ (Llewellyn, 1999 p. 49). See Davis (1999) for a comparison of Australian and New Zealand financial reform. The Reserve Bank, on the other hand, is financed by seigniorage from the note issue, trading profits, and fees from provision of banking services, and is required to remit a dividend to the government. REFERENCES Alfon, I. and P. Andrews (1999), ‘Cost–benefit analysis in financial regulation – how to do it and how it adds value’, Financial Services Authority Occasional Paper Series 3, September.
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