|Maier, Ulf (July 2016): Multinational banks: Supranational resolution regimes and the importance of capital regulation. Discussion Papers in Economics 2016-10|
The lack of coordination in the resolution of multinational banks has led to demands for the increased centralization of resolution regimes. However, as this paper argues, the anticipation of resolution procedures affects the incentives of host countries to impose capital standards on their resident banks. Critically, it is shown that overall welfare can even be decreased by introducing a centralized resolution regime without fully centralizing capital requirements. As, in the aftermath of the financial crisis, only countries that are not part of a supranational resolution regime unilaterally and significantly increased the capital requirements for their largest resident banks, this paper can help to understand and study the heterogeneity of the observed regulatory approaches.
|Item Type:||Paper (Discussion Paper)|
|Keywords:||regulatory competition, multinational banks, capital requirements, bank supervision|
Economics > Munich Discussion Papers in Economics
|Subjects:||300 Social sciences > 330 Economics|
|JEL Classification:||G21, G18, G33, F36, H73|
|Deposited On:||11. Oct 2016 11:26|
|Last Modified:||12. Oct 2016 07:10|
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