Basel III, the Devil and Global Banking by D. Chorafas

Basel III, the Devil and Global Banking

byD. Chorafas

Hardcover | November 22, 2011

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The banking industry extensively lobbied against Basel III and governments have been keen to delay its full implementation. Chorafas' latest book takes a well-rounded approach on Basel III's strengths and weaknesses and explains how, without deep restructuring of the global banking industry, (like Basel II) Basel III will fail.

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DIMITRIS N. CHORAFAS has advised financial institutions and industrial corporations in strategic planning, risk management, computers and communications systems, and internal controls since 1961. More than 8,000 banking, industrial and government executives have participated in his seminars in the USA, the UK, Germany, Italy, Asia and...

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Title:Basel III, the Devil and Global BankingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.03 inPublished:November 22, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230353770

ISBN - 13:9780230353770

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Table of Contents

PART I: THE PERPETUAL MOTION OF GLOBAL FINANCE
Finance and Banking are Time and Motion Machines
Global Banking and Systemic Risk
Basel III is a Grand Compromise, Not a Bold Initiative
PART II: BASEL III AND THE NOTION OF GLOBAL RISK
Is it Possible to Regulate Financial Markets in Perpetual Change?
Capital Adequacy and Liquidity. The Devil is in the Detail
Home-Host Issues Haunt Bankers and Regulators
PART III: RISK MANAGEMENT NEEDS A NEW CULTURE
The Concept of Risk Management Must be Thoroughly Revamped
Correlation Risk Overwhelms the Global Banking Industry
Risk Control Requires Authority, Goals and Organization
PART IV: BASEL III SHOULD ALSO ADDRESS THE PERPETUAL MOTION FINANCIAL MACHINE OF SOVEREIGNS AND CENTRAL BANKS
By Salvaging Overleveraged Banks, Sovereigns Propagate Global Systemic Risk
What's the Sense of Central Banks Interventions?