By Edward M. P. Gardener, Peter C. Versluijs
Either in worldwide and ecu banking markets, banks and banking are present process basic alterations. Deregulation, pageant, know-how, and different advancements have prolonged the frontiers of banking into the broader and ever-expanding monetary prone undefined. financial institution techniques and demanding situations within the New Europe brings jointly the paintings of best eu researchers in banking and finance in a mix of concept, perform, and empirical examine. The participants situate banking inside of this new atmosphere via exploring key matters corresponding to the impression of technological advances, adjustments in supply and cost platforms, EMU and the convergence of european banking sectors, festival, nearby funding, offshore banking, capital adequacy, and chance administration.
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Certainly the writer believes that only the ‘world class’ banks will survive and prosper for a number of significant reasons. First, notwithstanding the acceptance of cyber technology by an ever-increasing segment of consumers (the young especially), there remains an innate distrust of many of the players in the financial markets, in the UK at least, stemming from financial scandals such as BCCI and the over-enthusiastic selling of personal pensions by almost every large UK assurance company. Against this background, the banks universally have a reputation for integrity and are seen as the most trusted financial service provider.
1997), ‘Landscaper for commerce’, The Banker, January, p. 69 Talmor, S. (1996), ‘Tech notes’, The Banker, April, pp. 94–5 Talmor, S. (1996), ‘Tech notes’, The Banker, July, pp. 100–1 Talmor, S. (1996), ‘Tech notes’, The Banker, October, pp. 110–11 Webb, A. (1997), ‘Towards the plug “n” play bank’, Euromoney, July, p. 122 2 Technical Change in European Banking Yener Altunbas¸ and Philip Molyneux Abstract This chapter examines technical change in European banking by applying the Fourier Flexible functional form and stochastic cost frontier methodologies using 13 603 bank observations across 15 EU countries between 1988 and 1995.
The banking systems of Finland and Sweden appear to have benefited most from technical advances, with the Austrian, Danish and German banks obtaining the smallest cost savings from technical progress. Having said this, however, in most cases the impact of technical change does appear to be rather similar across different banking systems. 4 shows that over the sample period the impact of technical progress on banks’ costs declined, although it is also noticeable that larger banks experienced more technological change than smaller banks.
Bank Strategies and Challenges in the New Europe by Edward M. P. Gardener, Peter C. Versluijs