|Statement||edited by Edward P.M. Gardener and Peter C. Versluijs|
|Contributions||Gardener, Edward P. M, Versluijs, Peter C., 1954-, European Association of University Teachers of Banking and Finance|
|LC Classifications||HG2974 .B353 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||2001021873|
Deregulation, competition, technology, and other developments have extended the frontiers of banking into the wider and ever-expanding financial services industry. Bank Strategies and Challenges in the New Europe brings together the work of leading European researchers in banking and finance in a blend of theory, practice, and empirical study. Get this from a library! Bank strategies and challenges in the new Europe. [Edward P M Gardener; Peter C Versluijs;] -- Both in global and European banking markets, banks and banking are undergoing fundamental changes. Deregulation, competition, technology and other developments have extended the frontiers of banking. The first nine chapters of this book analyses several topical issues in EU banking and bank strategies: these include efficiency and cost management Strategic challenges in European banking. New York: St. Martin's Press, (DLC) The first nine chapters of this book analyses several topical issues in EU banking and bank. This volume sees leading European researchers in the fields of banking and finance assess the key issues shaping the strategic development of banking in the EU. The first nine chapters explore efficiency, competition and various aspects of the strategies of EU banks.
European Management journal Volume 5 No 4 European Management Iournal 1SBN $ Strategic Challenges E.P.M. Director, lnstitute of European Finance, Banks in Europe have experienced dramatic changes in their market environment since the early Os, and many of these trends have intensified during the s. In the section “The Economic Foundations of the European Project”, BBVA Global Executive Chairman Francisco González and the World Bank’s Indermit Gill and Martin Raiser; together with the IMF’s Naotaka Sugawara; renowned sociologist Colin Crouch; and the global research association, The Conference Board’s Bart Van Ark reflect on the economic challenges Europe must face. The European Central Bank has launched a public consultation on an addendum to its guidance to European banks on non-performing loans (NPL). The addendum specifies that as of January 1, banks must completely provision for the unsecured portion of all new NPLs after two years at the latest and for the secured portion after seven years at the latest. This volume presents current developments in the fields of banking and finance from an international perspective. Featuring contributions from the 2nd International Conference on Banking and Finance Perspectives (ICBFP), this volume serves as a valuable forum for discussing current issues and trends in the banking and financial sectors, especially in light of the global economic challenges.
At Hinduja Bank, we took the decision to move to a new Avaloq core banking system which increased flexibility and control over assets as a result of recognisable technological developments. At the same time, the sector is also seeing an increasing number of partnerships being formed between fintech companies and financial institutions. Bank Strategies and Challenges in the New Europe. ; No Comments. 28; Bank Strategies and Challenges in the New Europe. A new budget for a new Europe Right now Europe’s leaders are planning how to spend hundreds billions of euros that will be the new EU budget after The EU budget can and should play an important role in protecting the environment and climate, driving sustainable development and leading a low-carbon transformation across central and. A key challenge for European banks is linked to the prolonged period of low profitability in the sector. While bank profitability has recovered somewhat recently, it remains at very low levels.