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Journal of Banking Regulation

2009 - 2022

Current editor(s): Dalvinder Singh

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Volume 23, issue 3, 2022

ResTech: innovative technologies for crisis resolution pp. 227-243 Downloads
Giuseppe Loiacono and Edoardo Rulli
Central bank screening, moral hazard, and the lender of last resort policy pp. 244-264 Downloads
Mei Li, Frank Milne and Junfeng Qiu
Regulatory policies in the global Islamic banking sector in the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic pp. 265-287 Downloads
Walid Mansour, Hechem Ajmi and Karima Saci
Mobile technology supply factors and mobile money innovation: thresholds for complementary policies pp. 288-301 Downloads
Simplice Asongu and Nicholas Odhiambo
Getting bank governance right pp. 302-321 Downloads
Edoardo Martino
Measuring the restrictiveness of (macro)prudential policy: the case of bank capital regulation in Poland pp. 322-338 Downloads
Marcin Czaplicki
Determinants of mergers and acquisitions among Finnish cooperative and savings banks pp. 339-349 Downloads
Matias Huhtilainen, Jani Saastamoinen and Niko Suhonen

Volume 23, issue 2, 2022

The impact of policy effects on the Hungarian payments card market pp. 107-119 Downloads
László Kajdi and Milán Kiss
Bank capital and liquidity regulation pp. 120-138 Downloads
Asako Chiba
Regulatory regimes for Sharīʿah governance: A framework of assessment and analysis pp. 139-154 Downloads
Abdulrahman B. AlQassar and Habib Ahmed
Does board composition and ownership structure affect banks’ systemic risk? European evidence pp. 155-172 Downloads
José María Díez-Esteban, Jorge Bento Farinha, Conrado Diego García-Gómez and Cesario Mateus
The transparency of remuneration policy in financial holding companies based on the example of the UniCredit Group pp. 173-198 Downloads
Agata Wieczorek
A taxonomy of asset management companies pp. 199-209 Downloads
Ashish Pandey
A framework for managing regulatory policy life-cycle challenges: an empirical design pp. 210-223 Downloads
Abdulrahman Alrabiah and Steve Drew
Correction to: A framework for managing regulatory policy life‑cycle challenges: an empirical design pp. 224-225 Downloads
Abdulrahman Alrabiah and Steve Drew

Volume 23, issue 1, 2022

Soft law and multilevel cooperation as sources of (new) constitutional challenges in EU economic and monetary integration: introduction to the special issue pp. 1-6 Downloads
Diane Fromage, Mariolina Eliantonio and Kathryn Wright
The instruments of Eurozone fiscal surveillance through the lens of the soft law/hard law dichotomy—Looking for a new approach pp. 7-18 Downloads
Paul Dermine
National central banks in EMU: time for revision? pp. 19-30 Downloads
Marijn van der Sluis
“Economically inefficient and legally untenable”: constitutional limitations on the introduction of central bank digital currencies in the EU pp. 31-41 Downloads
Jay Cullen
Multilevel cooperation in the EU resolution of cross-border bank groups: lessons from the non-euro area Member States joining the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) pp. 42-53 Downloads
Agnieszka Smoleńska
The (multilevel) articulation of the European participation in international financial fora: the example of the Basel Accords pp. 54-65 Downloads
Diane Fromage
Is there an audit gap in EU banking supervision? pp. 66-78 Downloads
David Baez
State aid after the Banking Union: serious disturbance and public interest pp. 79-90 Downloads
Phedon Nicolaides
The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the EU Anti-Money Laundering framework compared: governance, rules, challenges and opportunities pp. 91-105 Downloads
Gianni Lo Schiavo

Volume 22, issue 4, 2021

Banking regulations: do they matter for performance? pp. 261-274 Downloads
Ranjeeta Nayak
Evaluating the relevance of green banking practices on Saudi Banks’ green image: The mediating effect of employees’ green behaviour pp. 275-286 Downloads
Ali Saleh Alshebami
The role of net stable funding ratio on the bank lending channel: evidence from European Union pp. 287-307 Downloads
Stephanos Papadamou, Dimitrios Sogiakas, Vasilios Sogiakas and Konstantinos Syriopoulos
The ascent and descent of banks’ risk-based capital regulation pp. 308-318 Downloads
Katalin Mérő
The impact of board characteristics and CEO power on banks’ risk-taking: stable versus crisis periods pp. 319-341 Downloads
Catarina Fernandes, Jorge Farinha, Francisco Vitorino Martins and Cesario Mateus
The effectiveness of IFRS 9 transitional provisions in limiting the potential impact of COVID-19 on banks pp. 342-351 Downloads
Martin Neisen and Hermann Schulte-Mattler

Volume 22, issue 3, 2021

What drives the greater or lesser usage of forbearance measures by banks? pp. 181-190 Downloads
Paola Vincentiis
Integrating Regulatory Technology (RegTech) into the digital transformation of a bank Treasury pp. 191-207 Downloads
Johan Solms
When formal finance meets the informal: the case of Wenzhou pp. 208-218 Downloads
Ding Chen and Simon Deakin
The stakeholder model: its relevance, concept, and application in the Indonesian banking sector pp. 219-231 Downloads
Yafet Yosafet Wilben Rissy
Financial governance in a neoliberal era: controlling the banks by controlling their managerial recruitment sources pp. 232-249 Downloads
Keren Borenstein-Nativ
Post-COVID-19 SME financing constraints and the credit guarantee scheme solution in Spain pp. 250-260 Downloads
Félix Corredera-Catalán, Filippo Pietro and Antonio Trujillo-Ponce

Volume 22, issue 2, 2021

Discretionary loan loss provisioning and stock trading liquidity pp. 97-111 Downloads
Yinlin Zhang and Michael. L. McIntyre
Portfolio analysis of big US banks’ performance: the fee business lines factor pp. 112-132 Downloads
Christian Calmès and Raymond Théoret
Lessons from the rise and fall of Chinese peer-to-peer lending pp. 133-143 Downloads
Chen Ding, Anil Kavuri and Alistair Milne
Correction to: Lessons from the rise and fall of Chinese peer-to-peer lending pp. 144-144 Downloads
Chen Ding, Anil Kavuri and Alistair Milne
ECB’s AnaCredit: useful but impossible for the non-euro area pp. 145-151 Downloads
Adrian Dumitrescu-Pasecinic
Integrating Regulatory Technology (RegTech) into the digital transformation of a bank Treasury pp. 152-168 Downloads
Johan Solms
Competition in the banking industry, is it beneficial? Evidence from MENA region pp. 169-179 Downloads
Faten Zoghlami and Yassine Bouchemia

Volume 22, issue 1, 2021

Banking, transition and financial reforms: a long-term analysis of Vietnam pp. 1-10 Downloads
Alessandra Ferrari and Vo Huyen Trang Tran
Methods for alleviating the problem of Too big to fail in Germany pp. 11-23 Downloads
Jan Koleśnik and Anna Dąbkowska
(IR) Relevance of goodwill impairment: the case of European banking (2005–2015) pp. 24-38 Downloads
Jorge Pallarés Sanchidrián, Javier Pérez García and José A. Gonzalo-Angulo
Corporate banking—risk management, regulatory and reporting framework in India: a Blockchain application-based approach pp. 39-51 Downloads
Surya Dashottar and Vikas Srivastava
Global liquidity and capital flow regulations pp. 52-72 Downloads
Nataliia Osina
How to measure bank credit risk disclosure? Testing a new methodological approach based on the content analysis framework pp. 73-95 Downloads
Enzo Scannella and Salvatore Polizzi

Volume 21, issue 4, 2020

High-frequency trading: Order-based innovation or manipulation? pp. 289-298 Downloads
Viktoria Dalko and Michael H. Wang
Testing the waters of the Rubicon: the European Central Bank and central bank digital currencies pp. 299-314 Downloads
Hossein Nabilou
Banking on burden reduction: how the global financial crisis shaped the political economy of banking regulation pp. 315-342 Downloads
Mercy B. DeMenno
Contingent Convertible bond literature review: making everything and nothing possible? pp. 343-381 Downloads
Philippe Oster
Model validation and model risk: reaching the end of the line? pp. 382-394 Downloads
Michael Thaden and Carsten S. Wehn
The promise and perils of alternative market-based finance: the case of P2P lending in the UK pp. 395-409 Downloads
Vincenzo Bavoso

Volume 21, issue 3, 2020

European banks after the global financial crisis: peak accumulated losses, twin crises and business models pp. 197-211 Downloads
Leo de Haan and Jan Kakes
Missed targets and misplaced incentives? The case of parent undertaking requirement in the USA and in the EU pp. 212-223 Downloads
Katarzyna M. Parchimowicz
The fragmented approach toward close-out netting provisions in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore compared pp. 224-240 Downloads
Robert Walters and Leon Trakman
Regulation, bank capital, and bank risk: evidence from the Lebanese banking industry pp. 241-255 Downloads
Rim El-Khoury
Depositors’ discipline, banks’ accounting discretion, and depositors’ expectations of implicit government guarantees pp. 256-277 Downloads
Michael L. McIntyre and Yinlin Zhang
Considerations of the SPE and MPE resolution pp. 278-287 Downloads
José Alejandro Fernández Fernández

Volume 21, issue 2, 2020

The international financial regulation of SPACs between legal standardised regulation and standardisation of market practices pp. 107-124 Downloads
Daniele D’Alvia
Cryptocurrencies and anti-money laundering: the shortcomings of the fifth AML Directive (EU) and how to address them pp. 125-138 Downloads
Lars Haffke, Mathias Fromberger and Patrick Zimmermann
The influence of intra- and inter-system concentration on the pre-regulated setting of interchange fees within cooperative card payment networks pp. 139-151 Downloads
Alen Veljan
Bank procyclicality, business cycles and capital requirements pp. 152-169 Downloads
Alejandro Torres-García, Carlos A. Ballesteros-Ruiz and Alfredo Villca-Condori
The new OTC derivatives landscape: (more) transparency, liquidity, and electronic trading pp. 170-187 Downloads
Cristiano Zazzara
The Dodd–Frank Act’s non-uniform regulatory impact on the banking industry pp. 188-195 Downloads
Burak Dolar and Ben Dale

Volume 21, issue 1, 2020

Banking Law Symposium, regulatory responses to the global financial crisis: back to the future or back to the past? In honour of Professor David G. Mayes pp. 1-2 Downloads
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Dalvinder Singh and Geoffrey Wood
The two stabilities: Friends, good friends, or inseparable? pp. 3-14 Downloads
Forrest Capie, Terence C. Mills and Geoffrey Wood
Trans-Tasman cooperation in banking supervision and resolution pp. 15-25 Downloads
Dirk Schoenmaker
The road to RegTech: the (astonishing) example of the European Union pp. 26-36 Downloads
Ross P. Buckley, Douglas W. Arner, Dirk A. Zetzsche and Rolf H. Weber
Resolution (R)evolution: Where have we come from? Where might we go? pp. 37-53 Downloads
Eva H. G. Hüpkes
Bank bail-in and disputed claims: Can it cope? The case for and against a vis attractiva resolutionis pp. 54-63 Downloads
Jens-Hinrich Binder
Why MREL won’t help much: minimum requirements for bail-in capital as an insufficient remedy for defunct private sector involvement under the European bank resolution framework pp. 64-81 Downloads
Tobias Tröger
Is stricter regulation of incentive compensation the missing piece? pp. 82-94 Downloads
Larry Wall
Regulatory changes to bank liability structures: implications for deposit insurance design pp. 95-106 Downloads
Kevin Davis
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