Evolution of Corporate Governance in Banks
Publishing house Virtus Interpress introduces a book that describes main characteristics and historical peculiarities of the corporate governance development worldwide titled "Evolution of Corporate Governance in Banks".
- ISBN 978-966-96872-5-7
- Editors: Alexander N. Kostyuk, Michele Pizzo, Mitsuru Mizuno
- Published: 2012
- Number of pages: 294
- Cover: paperback
Synopsis: The eleven contributions collected in this book analyze the evolution of banks’ corporate governance rules worldwide. The first chapter is dedicated to the US banking and financial system and describes the substantial changes in the corporate governance framework applied to those companies operating where the recent financial crisis had begun. Subsequently, attention shifts to the European institutional context through an analysis of the evolution in the banks’ corporate governance rules adopted in several countries such as Denmark, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. Reactions to the financial crisis by market participants and policy-makers in the far eastern hemisphere of the world are described by two contributions on Japanese and Malaysian banks. Finally, the examination is completed by assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of the internal and external governance mechanisms implemented by Egyptian banks and United Arab Emirates’ financial institutions.
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