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Journal of Banking Regulation

2009 - 2018

Current editor(s): Dalvinder Singh

From Palgrave Macmillan
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Volume 19, issue 4, 2018

Dodd–Frank’s federal deposit insurance reform pp. 271-286 Downloads
Kyle D. Allen, Travis R. Davidson, Scott E. Hein and Matthew D. Whitledge
Macro stress testing in the banking system of China pp. 287-298 Downloads
Bo Jiang, Bruce Philp and Zhongmin Wu
Was Regulation (EC) No 1060/2009 on Credit Rating Agencies effective? pp. 299-316 Downloads
Olivier Nataf, Lieven Moor and Rosanne Vanpée
The economic rationale for the proposed banking reform in Iceland pp. 317-326 Downloads
Imad A. Moosa
Back to the future: the nature of regulatory capital requirements pp. 327-336 Downloads
R. Chami, T. Cosimano, E. Kopp and C. Rochon
The impact of banks’ liquidity reserves on lending pp. 337-345 Downloads
Silvia Bressan

Volume 19, issue 3, 2018

Bank holding company regulation in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa: a comparative inventory and a call for Pan-African regulation pp. 175-210 Downloads
John L Taylor and René Smits
Implications of the Current Expected Credit Loss accounting model pp. 211-221 Downloads
William C. Handorf
A comparative study of Islamic and conventional banks’ risk management practices: empirical evidence from Pakistan pp. 222-235 Downloads
Asma Abdul Rehman, Abdelhafid Benamraoui and Aasim Munir Dad
Bank governance and performance: a survey of the literature pp. 236-256 Downloads
Catarina Fernandes, Jorge Farinha, Francisco Vitorino Martins and Cesario Mateus
Government ownership and risk taking among European savings banks pp. 257-269 Downloads
Yaseen Ghulam and Julian Beier

Volume 19, issue 2, 2018

Market risk disclosure in banking: an empirical analysis on four global systemically important European banks pp. 87-100 Downloads
Enzo Scannella and Salvatore Polizzi
Reshaping the governance of the Dutch banking sector: impact of the Dutch Banking Code pp. 101-117 Downloads
Auke Bos, Annika Galle and Marlène Jans
Integrated early warning prediction model for Islamic banks: the Malaysian case pp. 118-130 Downloads
Jaizah Othman and Mehmet Asutay
Financial institutions and money laundering: A threatening relationship? pp. 131-148 Downloads
Erin Lawlor-Forsyth and M. Michelle Gallant
Evidence on post-financial crisis corporate culture in UK listed banks pp. 149-159 Downloads
Paul Cox and Diandra Soobiah
Basel III liquidity coverage ratio and the operating target of monetary policy: the unintended discord pp. 160-173 Downloads
Sitikantha Pattanaik, Rajesh Kavediya and Angshuman Hait

Volume 19, issue 1, 2018

‘Multinational banking’: capturing the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls pp. 1-3 Downloads
John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh
Cross-border banking on the two sides of the Atlantic: Does it have an impact on bank crisis management? pp. 4-17 Downloads
Maria J. Nieto and Larry Wall
Achieving a balance between the avoidance of banking problems and their resolution—can financial cycle dynamics predict bank distress? pp. 18-32 Downloads
Giannoula Karamichailidou, David Mayes and Hanno Stremmel
Non-performing loans at the dawn of IFRS 9: regulatory and accounting treatment of asset quality pp. 33-54 Downloads
David Bholat, Rosa M. Lastra, Sheri Markose, Andrea Miglionico and Kallol Sen
Good regulation versus bad regulation pp. 55-63 Downloads
Imad A. Moosa
Do Basel Accords influence competition in the banking industry? A comparative analysis of Germany and the UK pp. 64-72 Downloads
Leone Leonida and Eleonora Muzzupappa
The UK regulation on alternative investment fund managers: a difficult compromise between two different legislative approaches pp. 73-85 Downloads
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Marco Bodellini

Volume 18, issue 4, 2017

The hubris of excessive remuneration in the financial sector: The case for regulation pp. 287-301 Downloads
Imad A. Moosa
Banks’ asset and liability valuation in the new regulatory environment: a game theory perspective pp. 302-309 Downloads
Amira Annabi and Alicja K. Reuben
Supervisory boards, financial crisis and bank performance: do board characteristics matter? pp. 310-337 Downloads
Catarina Fernandes, Jorge Farinha, Francisco Vitorino Martins and Cesario Mateus
Systemic risk measurement in banking using self-organizing maps pp. 338-358 Downloads
James W. Kolari and Ivan Pastor Sanz
Basel II: an engine without brakes pp. 359-374 Downloads
Lara Cathcart, Lina El-Jahel and Ravel Jabbour

Volume 18, issue 3, 2017

Designing macroprudential regulation and supervision outside the scope of the banking union: Lessons from the Netherlands and Ireland pp. 201-212 Downloads
Arien Hof
Top-down restructuring of markets and institutions: the Nordic banking crises pp. 213-232 Downloads
David Mayes
The emerging regulatory landscape: a new normal pp. 233-255 Downloads
Giovanni Covi
Impact of the Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) on the Italian financial market: Evidence from bank bonds pp. 256-267 Downloads
Alfonso Giudice
Regulatory ratios, CDS spreads, and credit ratings in a favorable economic environment pp. 268-285 Downloads
William C. Handorf

Volume 18, issue 2, 2017

A jurisdictional comparison of the twin peaks model of financial regulation pp. 103-131 Downloads
Andrew Godwin, Timothy Howse and Ian Ramsay
Effects from the parent’s exposure to subsidiaries inside Bank Holding Companies (BHCs) pp. 132-148 Downloads
Silvia Bressan
Bail-in and asset encumbrance - Implications for banks’ asset liability management pp. 149-162 Downloads
Joachim Erhardt, Johannes Lübbers and Peter N Posch
How liquid are banks: Some evidence from the United Kingdom pp. 163-179 Downloads
Meilan Yan, Dalu Zhang, Maximilian J B Hall and Paul Turner
The regulation of credit rating agencies: A realistic view pp. 180-200 Downloads
Imad A Moosa

Volume 17, issue 4, 2016

Opening discussion on banking sector risk exposures and vulnerabilities from Virtual currencies: An Operational Risk perspective pp. 239-272 Downloads
Gareth W Peters, Ariane Chapelle and Efstathios Panayi
CAMEL to CAMELS: The risk of sensitivity pp. 273-287 Downloads
William C Handorf
An intellectual property-based approach to the mandatory disclosure among lenders of credit data for small and medium enterprises pp. 288-295 Downloads
Paolo Siciliani
Behavioural finance and the macroprudential dimension pp. 296-310 Downloads
Joanna Gray
Overhauling the institutional structure of financial regulation in Nigeria: The unfinished reform pp. 311-331 Downloads
Folarin Akinbami and Franklin N Ngwu
A note on the adequacy of the EU scheme for bank recovery, resolution and deposit insurance in Spain pp. 332-337 Downloads
Pilar Gómez-Fernández-Aguado, Antonio Partal-Ureña and Antonio Trujillo-Ponce

Volume 17, issue 3, 2016

Bank holding company dividend policy, regulatory guidance and the Great Recession pp. 149-158 Downloads
William C Handorf
Competition in the banking industry: Empirical evidence from Ghana pp. 159-175 Downloads
Kofi Adjei-Frimpong, Christopher Gan and Baiding Hu
Volcker rule, ring-fencing or separation of bank activities – Comparison of structural reform acts around the world pp. 176-187 Downloads
Matthias Lehmann
Systemic risk and financial regulations: A theoretical perspective pp. 188-199 Downloads
Robert Prasch and Thierry Warin
EU financial collateral arrangements and re-hypothecation in the shadow of ‘shadow banking’: To further regulate or not&quest pp. 200-238 Downloads
Christina I Tarnanidou

Volume 17, issue 1-2, 2016

Dilemmas in post-crisis bank regulation: Supranationalization versus retrenchment pp. 1-3 Downloads
Rachel A Epstein and Huw Macartney
TTIP and the ‘finance exception’: Venue-shopping and the breakdown of financial regulatory coordination pp. 4-20 Downloads
Erik Jones and Huw Macartney
The ‘ebb and flow’ of transatlantic regulatory cooperation in banking pp. 21-33 Downloads
David Howarth and Lucia Quaglia
Locating authority: Resolution regimes, SIFIs and the enduring significance of financial great powers pp. 34-45 Downloads
Randall Germain
Tying hands and cutting ties: Explaining the divergence between the EU and the US in global banking reform since the crisis pp. 46-59 Downloads
Kevin Young
Financialization, bank business models and the limits of post-crisis bank regulation pp. 60-72 Downloads
Ismail Ertürk
A tale of two crises: Germany’s Landesbanken and the United States’ savings and loans pp. 73-89 Downloads
Mark K Cassell
States ceding control: Explaining the shift to centralized bank supervision in the Eurozone pp. 90-103 Downloads
Rachel A Epstein and Martin Rhodes
Expert advice and political choice in constructing European banking union pp. 104-118 Downloads
Shawn Donnelly
Governing the ins and outs of the EU’s banking union pp. 119-132 Downloads
Zdenek Kudrna
Too much, too fast? The sources of banks’ opposition to European banking structural reforms pp. 133-145 Downloads
Aneta Spendzharova, Esther Versluis, Elissaveta Radulova and Linda Flöthe
Banking regulation in China, the role of public and private sectors pp. 146-147 Downloads
Tao Huang
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