What Regulators and Bankers Can Learn from Global Financial Crises

@inproceedings{Spillenkothen2000WhatRA,
  title={What Regulators and Bankers Can Learn from Global Financial Crises},
  author={Richard Spillenkothen},
  year={2000}
}
  • Richard Spillenkothen
  • Published 2000
  • Business
  • Over the past two years, events in global financial markets have identified important risk management and supervisory issues. The 1997 Asian crisis, the Russian debt default, Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM), and the 1998 global “flight to quality” have taught both bankers and supervisors a number of highly valuable lessons. As is often the case in the aftermath of financial difficulties, some of the issues raised and the lessons learned call for reinforced diligence in applying fundamental… CONTINUE READING

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