Normes prudentielles et risques bancaires: une analyse économétrique des implications sur la structure du marché bancaire dans la CEMAC
Prudential Standards and Banking Risks: An Econometric Analysis of Implications on the structure of the banking market in CEMAC
Djekonbe Djimoudjiel ()
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This article is particularly interested in highlighting the effect of banking capital variation on the management of banking risk and simultaneously on the banking market structure in CEMAC countries between 2000 and 2015. The use of Generalized Method of Moments and Three-Stage Least Squares concludes that reduction of risk defaults and losses by banking capital revaluation is more pronounced among national and international banks. However, this recapitalization affects the structure of the banking market of CEMAC so as to strengthen the banking concentration. In the same light, the respect of prudential ratios generally encourages excessive banking risk taking compelling credit supply.
Keywords: Normes prudentielles; risques bancaires; HHI; CEMAC; MMG; 3SLS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E58 G32 G38 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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