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Competitive Performance, Regulation and Trade in Banking Services

  • Anthony Saunders
  • Ingo Walter
Conference paper
Part of the Studies in International Economics and Institutions book series (INTERN.ECONOM.)

Abstract

A dominant feature of the global financial services industry today is intensified competition facing banks and other financial institutions. Among the important environmental forces driving this change are continued exchange-rate and interest-rate volatility, persistent financial disintermediation and securitization, progressive financial deregulation and market interpenetration, and rapid technological evolution in financial processes and products. It is an environment that is increasingly forcing a radical reassessment in strategic positioning on the part of firms in the industry, and an equally radical reassessment of public policies toward the financial services industry.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Financial Institution Financial Service Entry Barrier Bank Service 
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  • Anthony Saunders
  • Ingo Walter

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