Bank Risk, Governance and Regulation, 1st ed. 2015
Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions Series


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This book presents research from leading researchers in the European banking field to explore three key areas of banking. In Bank Risk, Governance and Regulation, the authors conduct micro- and macro- level analysis of banking risks and their determinants. They explore areas such as credit quality, bank provisioning, deposit guarantee schemes, corporate governance and cost of capital. The book then goes on to analyse different aspects of the relationship between bank risk management, governance and performance. Lastly the book explores the regulation of systemic risks posed by banks, and examines the effects of novel regulatory sets on bank conduct and profitability. The research in this book focuses on aspects of the European banking system; however it also offers wider insight into the global banking space and offers comparisons to international banking systems. The study provides in-depth insight into many areas of bank risk, governance and regulation, before finally addressing the question: which banking strategies are actually feasible?
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1. Credit Quality, Bank Provisioning And Systematic Risk In Banking Business: Josanco Floreani, Maurizio Polato, Andrea Paltrinieri And Flavio Pichler
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Literature Review
1.3. Determinants Of Beta And Hypothesis Development
1.4. Data And Methodology
1.5. Results
1.6. Discussion And Implications
1.7. Conclusions
2. The Estimation Of Banks '' '' Cost Of Capital Through The Capital At Risk Model: An Empirical Investigation Across European Banks: Federico Beltrame, Daniele Previtali And Luca Grassetti
2.1. Introduction
2.2. The Application Of The Carm To The Banking Industry
2.3. Methodology And Sample
2.4. Results
2.5. Conclusions
3. Moving Towards A Pan European Deposit Guarantee Scheme. How Bank Riskiness Is Relevant In The Scheme?: Giusy Chesini And Elisa Giaretta
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Literature Review On Deposit Insurance And Bank Risk
3.3. The Evolution Of The Regulation Of Deposit Guarantee Schemes In Europe
3.4. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) In The USA
3.5. Data And Statistics
3.6. Conclusions
4. Back To The Future: Prospective Bank Risk Management In A Financial Analysis Perspective: Rosa Cocozza
4.1. Introduction
4.2. The Cultural Background
4.3. The Conceptual Framework: EBA Focus And KRI Analysis
4.4. The Market Appraisal
4.5. Conclusions
5. Financial Innovation In Banking: Francesca Arnaboldi And Bruno Rossignoli
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Literature Review
5.3. Data And Methods
5.4. Research Design
5.5. Results
5.6. Additional Tests
5.7. Conclusions
6. Risk And Efficiency In European Banking - Does Corporate Governance Matter?: Magnus Willeson
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Literature Review
6.3. Methodological Approach
6.4. Results
6.5. Conclusions
7. Towards A Macroprudential Policy In The EU: Elisabetta Gualandri And Mario Noera
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Macroprudential Policy At A Glance
7.3. Targets Of MAP
7.4. The MAP Toolkit
7.5. MAP In The EU
7.6. Conclusions
8. Italian Banks Facing Basel 3 Higher Capital Requirements: Which Strategies Are Actually Feasible?: Franco Tutino, Giorgio Carlo Brugnoni And Maria Giovanna Siena
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Literature Review
8.3. Sample And Data
8.4. Methodology
8.5. Analysis Of The Possible Strategic Solutions
8.6. Considerations On The Actual Intervention Margins
8.7. Conclusions

Elena Beccalli is Full Professor of Banking and Finance at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy, where she is the Dean of the School of Banking, Finance and Insurance. She is visiting Senior Fellow in Accounting at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, where she is a Research Associate at the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation. Elena Beccalli is the author of books and articles in academic national and international journals in the area of economics of financial institutions.

Federica Poli is Associate Professor of Banking and Finance at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy, where she is the Director of the Undergraduate degree in Service Management, and Director of the MA in International Trade Management. She is the author of publications in national and international academic journals and books in the area of bank management and financial intermediation.