Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance: Volume 25 Issue 3


Accounting and Finance

Table of contents - Special Issue: Policy responses to the Great Financial Crisis - Part I

Guest Editors: Charles Enoch, Tom Huertas, David Llewellyn, Maria Nieto

Has regulatory reform been misdirected?

Charles Goodhart

The purpose of this paper is to provide a provocative and critical introduction and solutions to significant contemporary issues of financial regulation.

What happened to global banking after the crisis?

Dirk Schoenmaker

Large global banks were at the heart of the global financial crisis. In response to the crisis, the Financial Stability Board published an integrated set of policy…

The impacts of financial regulations: solvency and liquidity in the post-crisis period

Colleen Baker, Christine Cummings, Julapa Jagtiani

Basel III and the capital stress testing introduced new requirements and new definitions while retaining the structure of the pre-2010 requirements. The total number of…

Effectiveness and channels of macroprudential policies: lessons from the Euro area

Yuanyan Zhang, Thierry Tressel

The design of a macro-prudential framework and its interaction with monetary policy has been at the forefront of the policy agenda since the global financial crisis…

Impact of regulatory changes on government bond market liquidity

Hans Blommestein

The purpose of this study is to assess the seriousness of the impact of new regulatory factors on liquidity in government bond markets since the onset of the global…

Recent changes in US regulation of large foreign banking organizations

Larry D. Wall

This paper aims to highlight some of the more important changes in US prudential regulation and their implications for the operation of large foreign banking organizations…

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