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Journal of Banking Regulation

2009 - 2018

Current editor(s): Dalvinder Singh

From Palgrave Macmillan
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Volume 16, issue 4, 2015

Basel III liquidity requirement ratios and Islamic banking pp. 251-264 Downloads
Habib Ahmed
The global financial crisis and banking sector resilience pp. 265-288 Downloads
Sylvia Maxfield and Mariana Magaldi de Sousa
Regulation and governance in the non-bank financial sector: Lessons from New Zealand pp. 289-305 Downloads
David Mayes
Promoting formal financial inclusion in Africa: An institutional re-examination of the policies with a case study of Nigeria pp. 306-325 Downloads
Franklin N Ngwu
Statutory obligations for banks to comply with the anti-money laundering legislation in Malaysia: Lessons from the United Kingdom pp. 326-344 Downloads
Norhashimah Mohd Yasin

Volume 16, issue 3, 2015

Ring-fencing cross-border banks: An effective supervisory response&quest pp. 169-187 Downloads
Katia D'Hulster and Inci Ötker-Robe
Rethinking deposit insurance on brokered deposits pp. 188-200 Downloads
David Howden
EU guarantee schemes: Status quo and policy implications pp. 201-219 Downloads
Małgorzata Iwanicz-Drozdowska, Jakub Kerlin, Paweł Smaga and Marta Tomasik
Regulating the governing law clauses in Sukuk transactions pp. 220-249 Downloads
Umar A Oseni and M. Kabir Hassan

Volume 16, issue 2, 2015

The corporate credit union crisis: Does it call for reform or re-engineering&quest pp. 89-105 Downloads
Keldon Bauer
Greed, recklessness and/or dishonesty? An investigation into the culture of five UK banks between 2004 and 2009 pp. 106-129 Downloads
Alison Lui
Threshold accepting for credit risk assessment and validation pp. 130-145 Downloads
Marianna Lyra, Akwum Onwunta and Peter Winker
Financial crisis, liquidity infusion and risk-taking: The case of Canadian banks pp. 146-167 Downloads
Sana Mohsni and Isaac Otchere

Volume 16, issue 1, 2015

An empirical analysis of China’s Big four state-owned banks’ performance: A data envelopment analysis pp. 1-21 Downloads
Jiyun Xu (Janet), Christopher Gan and Baiding Hu
Macroprudential regulation and bank performance: Does ownership matter&quest pp. 22-38 Downloads
Saibal Ghosh
Bank risk management, regulation and CEO compensation after the Panic of 2008 pp. 39-50 Downloads
William C Handorf
Deposit protection system’s design and effectiveness pp. 51-63 Downloads
Nikoletta Kleftouri
Regulation and contagion of banks pp. 64-71 Downloads
Yvan Lengwiler and Dietmar Maringer
The regulation of high-frequency trading: A pragmatic view pp. 72-88 Downloads
Imad Moosa

Volume 15, issue 3-4, 2014

Introduction pp. 197-199 Downloads
John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh
Improving governance to promote financial stability pp. 200-204 Downloads
Paul Jenkins
Applying contingent capital in Canada pp. 205-217 Downloads
Neville Arjani, Walter Engert, Anthony Haddad and Liane Orsi
The EU bank recovery and resolution directive – Some observations on the financing arrangements pp. 218-226 Downloads
John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh
A law professor’s perspective on ‘too big to fail’ pp. 227-234 Downloads
Roberta S Karmel
Citigroup’s unfortunate history of managerial and regulatory failures pp. 235-265 Downloads
Arthur E Wilmarth
The adoption of stress testing: Why the Basel capital measures were not enough pp. 266-276 Downloads
Larry Wall
Strengths and weaknesses of Canadian financial regulation before and after the global financial crisis pp. 277-287 Downloads
David Longworth
The logic of a banking union for Europe pp. 288-298 Downloads
Patrick Leblond
Antitrust, competition policy and ‘too big to … ’ pp. 299-312 Downloads
Albert A Foer and Don Allen Resnikoff
Merging banks in time of crisis pp. 313-324 Downloads
Ioannis Kokkoris
Corporate governance in banks – A view through the LIBOR lens pp. 325-336 Downloads
P M Vasudev and Diriana Rodriguez Guerrero

Volume 15, issue 2, 2014

Regulations and bank risk taking in dual banking countries pp. 105-116 Downloads
Nafis Alam
Telecom KYC and mobile banking regulation: An exploratory study pp. 117-128 Downloads
Shriram P Ketkar, Ravi Shankar and Devinder K Banwet
The minimal confidence levels of Basel capital regulation pp. 129-143 Downloads
Alexander Zimper
The impact of corporate governance attributes on intellectual capital disclosure: A longitudinal investigation of Nigerian banking sector pp. 144-163 Downloads
Sanni Mubaraq and Abdifatah Ahmed Haji
Soft law, self-regulation and cultural sensitivity: The case of regulating Islamic banking in the UK pp. 164-179 Downloads
Abdul Karim Aldohni
Bull by the horns: Fighting to save Main Street from Wall Street and Wall Street from itself pp. 180-183 Downloads
Andrew Cornford
An opportunity for a stakeholder's corporation? A review of Corporate Governance after the Financial Crisis pp. 184-195 Downloads
Lorraine Talbot

Volume 15, issue 1, 2014

The cost of bank liquidity pp. 1-13 Downloads
William C Handorf
Steering sovereign debt restructurings through the CDS quicksand pp. 14-40 Downloads
Michael Waibel
Financial derivatives between Western legal tradition and Islamic finance: A comparative approach pp. 41-55 Downloads
Bashar H Malkawi
Credit derivatives and the Dodd–Frank Act: Is the regulatory response appropriate&quest pp. 56-74 Downloads
P M Vasudev
To suspect or not to suspect: Analysing the pressure on banks to be ‘Policemen’ pp. 75-86 Downloads
Gauri Sinha
The DOs and DON’Ts of credit default swaps (CDS) in the context of the EU sovereign debt crisis pp. 87-104 Downloads
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Kiriakos E Papadakis, Olga Galazoula and Ioannis Kokkoris

Volume 14, issue 3-4, 2013

The future of central bank data pp. 185-194 Downloads
David Bholat
Leveraging data for financial stability monitoring pp. 195-208 Downloads
T Dessa Glasser
Judgement-led regulation: Reflections on data and discretion pp. 209-220 Downloads
Andromachi Georgosouli
Defining forward looking, judgement-based supervision pp. 221-227 Downloads
Rosa M Lastra
Defining and delivering judgement-based supervision: The interface with the legal system pp. 228-240 Downloads
Joanna Gray and Peter Christian Metzing
The rise and success of the barcode: Some lessons for financial services pp. 241-254 Downloads
Alistair Milne
The financial industry business ontology: Best practice for big data pp. 255-268 Downloads
Mike Bennett
Recent developments in restructuring the Austrian banking reporting system pp. 269-284 Downloads
Erich Hille
Systemic risk analytics: A data-driven multi-agent financial network (MAFN) approach pp. 285-305 Downloads
Sheri Markose
The Great Financial Crisis: Setting priorities for new statistics pp. 306-317 Downloads
Claudio Borio

Volume 14, issue 2, 2013

Modelling the liquidity ratio as macroprudential instrument pp. 91-106 Downloads
Jan Willem End and Mark Kruidhof
An overview on the inconsistencies of approach in regulating the capital position of banks: Will the United Kingdom step out of line with Europe&quest pp. 107-133 Downloads
Nigel Clayton
The impact of Shari’ah governance practices on Shari’ah compliance in contemporary Islamic finance pp. 134-163 Downloads
Ahmad Alkhamees
Macroprudential regulation: A contradiction in its own terms pp. 164-182 Downloads
George Mészáros
Money laundering: An endless cycle? A comparative analysis of anti-money laundering policies in the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada pp. 183-184 Downloads
M M Gallant

Volume 14, issue 1, 2013

Financial and regulatory failure: The case of Ireland pp. 1-15 Downloads
Kenneth Patrick Vincent O'Sullivan and Stephen Kinsella
Is meta-regulation all it's cracked up to be? The case of UK financial regulation pp. 16-32 Downloads
Folarin Akinbami
A critical evaluation of the European credit default swap reform: Its challenges and adverse effects as a result of insufficient assumptions pp. 33-60 Downloads
Frederik Dømler
The reason for the regulation of contracts for difference and its impact on hedge fund activism pp. 61-79 Downloads
Christian Alexander Mecklenburg-Guzmán
Regulatory capture in China's banking sector pp. 80-90 Downloads
He Wei Ping
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