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Aligning Financial Supervisory Structures with Country Needs

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Abrams, Richard K. and Michael W. Taylor. "Issues in the Unification of Financial Sector Supervision." Washington: International Monetary Fund Working Paper Series, WP/00/213, December 2000. Download PDF file here.

Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. "Survey of Integrated Supervisors--Part I". Download PDF file here. "Survey of Integrated Supervisors--Part II". Download PDF file here.

"Aligning Financial Supervisory Structures with Country Needs," The first internataional conference, hosted by World Bank, December 4-5, 2003, Washington, D.C. View the agenda and presentations here.

Boot, Arnoud W.A. "Consolidation and Strategic Positioning in Banking with Implications for Europe." University of Amsterdam and CEPR. October 21, 2002. Download Word Document here.

Claessens, Stijn. "Benefits and Costs of Integrated Financial Services Provision in Developing Countries." University of Amsterdam and CEPR. October 21, 2002. Download Word Document here.

De Luna Martinez, Jose, and Thomas A. Rose. "International Survey of Integrated Financial Sector Supervision." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series No. 3096: 1-44. Washington, DC: World Bank. July 2003. Download PDF file here.

Foot, Michael. "Banking Supervision in a Smaller Financial Centre: Problems and Recipes for Success." Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance. March 2006. Download document file here.

Foot, Michael. "Restructuring UK Financial Supervision: The UK Experience," in Central Bank Modernization, edited by Neil Courtis and Peter Nicholl. 2006. Download document file here.

Taylor, Michael W. and Alexander Fleming. "Integrated Financial Supervision: Lessons from Northern European Experience." Washington, DC: World Bank, Development Research Group, Private and Financial Sectors Development Unit, Policy Research Working Paper 2223. November 1999. Download PDF file here.

 




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