The Future of Banking Risk and Regulation
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2023) | Viewed by 23933
The banking sector is characterized by a continuous evolution of regulation and business models, where each of the two is adapted to the other one, and to the evolution of the economic and financial framework. Within this process, the COVID-19 crisis impact on the banks’ assets’ riskiness and NPLs has been, and will be, substantial and diversified among countries, due to the different effects of the pandemic, of the different regulation, and of the different supervisors’ attitudes.
This framework raises important questions on how to deal with the higher riskiness and the higher level of NPLs, on the banks’ attitude to risk, on the evolution of risk management models, on the evolution of banking regulation, and on how to prevent and limit consequences of banking crises.
In this analysis, we’d like to have your contribution on the recent and expected evolution of banking risk and regulation.
The topics covered in this Special Issue will include, but are not limited to: banks’ and banking systems’ performances, banking and financial regulation and supervision, macroprudential policy and regulation, monetary policy and central banking, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on banks and banking risk.
Prof. Dr. Stefano Zedda
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- Banks’ business models
- Risk management
- Banking risk
- Zombie loans
- Banking crisis
- Systemic risk
- Financial stability
- Liquidity risk