The banking industry in the emerging market economies

Competition, consolidation and systemic stability - an overview

John HAWKINS, Dubravko Mihaljek

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Abstract

The banking industry is being transformed by technological innovation; the deregulation of financial services at the national level and opening-up to international competition; and changes in corporate behaviour, such as growing disintermediation and increased emphasis on shareholder value. In addition, recent banking crises in Asia and Latin America have accentuated these pressures. The banking industries in central Europe and Latin America have been transformed by privatisations of state-owned banks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe banking industry in the emerging market economies
Subtitle of host publicationCompetition, consolidation and systemic stability
PublisherBank for International Settlements
Chapter1
Pages1-44
Number of pages44
ISBN (Print)9291316229
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2001
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameBIS Papers
PublisherBank for International Settlements
Volume4

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Banking industry
Emerging market economies
Consolidation
Latin America
Banking crisis
Deregulation
Disintermediation
Technological innovation
Privatization
Shareholder value
Asia
Financial services
International competition
Central Europe
State-owned banks

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HAWKINS, J., & Mihaljek, D. (2001). The banking industry in the emerging market economies: Competition, consolidation and systemic stability - an overview. In The banking industry in the emerging market economies: Competition, consolidation and systemic stability (pp. 1-44). (BIS Papers; Vol. 4). Bank for International Settlements.
HAWKINS, John ; Mihaljek, Dubravko. / The banking industry in the emerging market economies : Competition, consolidation and systemic stability - an overview. The banking industry in the emerging market economies: Competition, consolidation and systemic stability. Bank for International Settlements, 2001. pp. 1-44 (BIS Papers).
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