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New Global Banking Regulations and the Cost of Intermediation

14 Oct 2010

London

Overview

On 14 October 2010 in London, the ICFR will hold a conference entitled: “New Global Banking Regulations and the Cost of Intermediation”. The aim of the conference is to present and discuss three to six academic papers followed by a broader panel discussion around those papers and other issues related to the conference theme. This conference will serve as a platform for the latest research on the impact of the major banking regulatory changes, and in particular how they will affect both the cost and availability of credit as well as business models.
 

Purpose

While there is consensus about the need for a new tighter regulatory regime being introduced under the auspices of the G20, there is considerable uncertainty about how the new regulations on capital and liquidity will impact on the banking industry and its customer base. There is, therefore, a demand for considered academic analysis of these timely issues.

This conference, organised by the ICFR and members of its academic panel, will be a platform for the latest research on the impact of these major regulatory changes, and in particular about how they will affect both the industry and the cost and availability of credit. During our call for papers, we invited submissions on (but not necessarily limited to) the following topics:

  • Cost of capital for banks, with and without government guarantees
  • Quantifying the impact of the new regulations on the cost and availability of bank credit
  • Estimating “varying” costs of capital for a banking institution (varying with leverage, exposure etc)
  • Understanding the private costs (e.g., taxes, ROE vs. ROA based compensation) and the social costs (e.g., lower market discipline) of bank capital
  • Costs of winding down/resolution plans
  • Conglomerates – regulation and financing (internal markets of bank holding companies)
  • Aggregate bank capital management: relationship between regulatory bank capital and actual bank capital – link to asset liability and dividends


Audience

The international audience will comprise market participants, regulators, policy makers, academics and industry associations.  
 

Location

Lecture Theatre 10
London Business School
Regent's Park
London NW1 4SA

Click here for the map.
 

Registration

To register for this conference, please fill out our registration form by clicking here.



For more information, please email Magdalena Cyran at [email protected]



 

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