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Introduction and Overview

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Abstract

The purpose of this book, quite simply, is to analyse today’s generation of Euro-banks from the perspective of management to determine how these banks are dealing with the critical issues they face at the end of the 1970s. The Euro-bond and Euro-currency markets centred in London have been the objects of extensive research and analysis by scholars, journalists and practitioners focusing on such sectors as economic theory and practice, market evolution and structure, and lending and investing practices. For an excellent coverage of these and other aspects of the Euro-markets, the reader is referred to volumes by Paul Einzig, Geoffrey Bell, Brian Scott Quinn and the Robert Morris Associates/Bankers’ Association for Foreign Trade.1

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Financial Centre Banking Activity Loan Portfolio Capital Adequacy Banking Institution 
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Introduction and Overview

  1. 1.
    Paul Einzig, Roll-over Credits — The System of Adaptable Interest Rates (London, 1973).Google Scholar
  2. Geoffrey Bell, The Euro-dollar Market and the International Financial System (London, 1973).Google Scholar
  3. Brian Scott Quinn, The New Euro-markets (London, 1975) Google Scholar
  4. Brian Scott Quinn,Offshore Lending by US Commercial Banks a publication of the Robert Morris Associates and the Bankers’ Association for Foreign Trade (Philadelphia, 1975).Google Scholar

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© Steven I. Davis 1980

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