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Banking regulation and systemic risk

Martin Summer

Banking regulation and systemic risk

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Published by Oesterreichische Nationalbank in Wien .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Financial crises.,
  • Banking law.,
  • Risk management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 30-35).

    StatementMartin Summer.
    SeriesWorking paper -- 57., Working papers (Oesterreichische Nationalbank) -- 57.
    ContributionsOesterreichische Nationalbank.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16099334M

    We are convinced that the structure of incentives, in conjunction with the internal risk culture and ethical standards, are crucial in this regard. Whether it will become so in the future Banking regulation and systemic risk book a question for academics. Many banks that ran into trouble during the crisis were comfortably capitalised. Competition has been perceived with suspicion, and even suppressed for extended periods, in banking. We see this exercise as an extension of the work on risk governance and risk appetite, as both depend on sound risk reporting and high-quality risk data. Last, the computation of SRISK involves variables which may be viewed on their own as risk measures, namely the size of the financial firm, the leverage ratio of assets to market capitalizationand a measure of how the return of the firm evolves with the market some sort of time varying conditional beta but with emphasis on the tail of the distribution.

    But here is where we need an explicitly macroprudential perspective that forces firms to internalize the tail-event financial stability risks associated with SFT matched books. Is competition in banking good for society? There continues to be a need for standardized capital requirements for market risk to back up model-derived risk weights. For example, a firm with little reliance on short-term funding is less susceptible to runs and, thus, to the need for engaging in fire sales that can depress capital levels. While the volume of this activity has fallen considerably since the crisis and the haircuts and other conditions associated with current securities financing transactions are considerably more conservative than during the pre-crisis period, there is every reason to believe that the amount of this activity could increase, and the conservatism of the terms of the lending could be eroded, as economic conditions improve.

    The third block brings in the forward-looking perspective through various Banking regulation and systemic risk book exercises conducted by the ECB, partly in conjunction with the EBA. One approach would be to base the calibration of the numerical floors on current repo market haircuts. However, this component of the Tier 1 common equity requirement would be calculated by reference to the liability side, rather than the asset side, of the firm's balance sheet. The resulting fire sales recalled the asset liquidations by some trust companies during the Panic of and by some securities firms in the s. Valuation of assets and derivatives under systemic risk[ edit ] Inadequacy of classic valuation models[ edit ] One problem when it comes to the valuation of derivatives, debt, or equity under systemic risk is that financial interconnectedness has to be modelled. Overall, I would like to stress that the supervisory process is a chain composed of integrated segments information, assessment, judgement, decision that is only as effective as its weakest link.


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Singleton eds. In other cases, the support is implicit, based on a bank's historical pattern of providing support or a belief among investors that a bank will provide support to maintain the value of its franchise. Third, when in expansions banks have incentives to over-lend and consumers to over-borrow the latter perhaps because of behavioral biasesprudential rules limiting the amount of a mortgage loan that can be given as a percentage of the value of the house or consumer protection rules restricting the choice that intermediaries can offer consumers, restrict competition among banks at the same time that they avoid the buildup of risk in the real estate sector.

Corporate governance supervision, and fit and proper assessment within it, are very good examples of this.

Banking Regulation and Systemic Risk

An alternative to the FSB's proposal would be to apply a system of numerical floors to SFTs regardless of the identity of the parties to the transaction. Indeed, there is a strong case to have separate authorities dealing with competition policy and supervision in banking.

Let me turn now to some of the specific vulnerabilities, steps that have been taken thus far to address these vulnerabilities, and the work that remains.

Systemic Risk

That measure is often misleading. A company highly interconnected with others is also a source of systemic risk. It finds Banking regulation and systemic risk book systemic risk is a Banking regulation and systemic risk book of endogenous riskhence frustrating empirical measurements of systemic risk.

First, our staff examine the functioning and effectiveness of the board, seeking an understanding of how key decisions are reached, particularly on key issues such as strategy, risk awareness and management, transparency towards shareholders, availability of adequate information, and so on.

However, if we cannot eliminate by regulation the sources of market failure other than market power that afflict banking namely, externalities, asymmetric information and behavioral biasesthen we cannot be sure that by maximizing competitive pressure we improve welfare.

Systemic risk is the possibility that an event at the company level could trigger severe instability or collapse an entire industry or economy. Conversely, some authors have noted that higher capital requirements reduce the supply of liquidity services by banks,[ 11 ] while some case studies suggest that higher capital requirements have a negative effect on bank lending.

The systemic instability that followed was fueled by blind-sided experts who perpetuated the myths of too-big-to-fail and overcompensated corporate managers.

Ratnovski, and H. Because broker-dealers generally do not internalize the externalities that arise in these cases, they may use more than the economically efficient level of short-term funding. The labels in red show the holding company rank number followed by the cumulative share of assets i.

Here we have highlighted stress tests, resolution funding, and financial market infrastructure as issues of systemic importance, while distinguishing the Volcker Rule as an instance of regulatory excess. Finally, there is the treatment of critical financial infrastructure firms. The relevant requirements are set at European level by the CRD IV, which is, in this field, a minimum harmonisation directive that needs to be transposed into the legal framework of the Members States by national legislation.Downloadable (with restrictions)!

The term Systemic Risk belongs to the standard rhetoric of economic policy discussions related to the banking industry.

Besides the goal of protecting small depositors, control of systemic risk is given as one of the main arguments for banking regulation. Various recent financial crises have increasingly focused the regulatory debate on issues of systemic risk.

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The systemic instability that followed was fueled by blind-sided experts who perpetuated the myths of too-big-to-fail and overcompensated corporate managers.