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Journal of Banking Regulation
Palgrave Macmillan UK

Journal of Banking Regulation

Editor: Dalvinder Singh

ISSN: 1745-6452 (print version)
ISSN: 1750-2071 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41261

Palgrave Macmillan UK

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    Under the guidance of its highly respected Editors and an eminent and truly international Editorial Board, Journal of Banking Regulation has established itself as one of the leading sources of authoritative and detailed information on all aspects of law and regulation affecting banking institutions.

    Journal of Banking Regulation publishes in each quarterly issue detailed briefings, analyses and updates which are of direct relevance to practitioners working in the field while meeting the highest intellectual standards.

    Journal of Banking Regulation publishes the latest thinking and best practice on:

    • Basel I, II and III
    • Models for banking supervision
    • International accounting standards
    • Deposit protection
    • Enforcement decisions in banking regulation and supervision
    • Cross-border competition in banking services
    • Corporate governance in banks
    • Harmonisation in banking markets
    • Supervising credit risk
    • Anti-money laundering legislation and regulations
    • Monetary integration
    • Risk capital and capital adequacy
    • Systemic risk in banking operations
    • Cross-border regulation
    • Cross-border bank insolvency
    • Models for banking risk

    Essential reading for:

    • central bankers
    • banking supervisors
    • financial regulators
    • bankers
    • compliance officers
    • heads of risk management
    • policy makers
    • bank associations
    • lawyers specialising in banking law
    • accountants
    • internal and external bank auditors
    • academics and researchers
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