Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance: Volume 25 Issue 4


Accounting and Finance

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

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

Macroprudential policy – closing the financial stability gap

Stephan Fahr, John Fell

The global financial crisis demonstrated that monetary policy alone cannot ensure both price and financial stability. According to the Tinbergen (1952) rule, there was a…

An approach for initiating interventions for bank recovery

Charles A.E. Goodhart, Miguel A. Segoviano

This paper proposes an objective metric to trigger bank recovery. Banks’ living wills involve both recovery and resolution. Since it may not always be clear when recovery…

Systemic banking crises: completing the enhanced policy responses

Olivier Frecaut

This paper aims to suggest ways to complete the enhancement of the policy responses to systemic banking crises that followed the Great Financial Crisis.

The measurement and regulation of shadow banking in Ireland

Jim Stewart, Cillian Doyle

The purpose of this paper is to study financial vehicle corporations (FVCs) and other special purpose vehicles (SPVs) in Ireland.

European NPLs through the crisis: a policy review

Nadege Jassaud, Edouard Vidon

The unfolding of the financial crisis in parts of Europe has highlighted a number of challenges which can be analysed through the prism of NPLs. These included the…

Emergence of Fintech and cybersecurity in a global financial centre: Strategic approach by a regulator

Artie W. Ng, Benny K.B. Kwok

This paper aims to explore how the regulator of a global financial centre (GFC) under an international trend of adopting emerging technologies for financial services…

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