The Euro : A Challenge and Opportunity for Financial Markets
London ; New York : Routledge, 2000, Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking ; 10
ARTIS, Michael J., WEBER, Axel, HENNESSY, Elizabeth (editor/s), ARTIS, Michael J., WEBER, Axel, HENNESSY, Elizabeth, The Euro : A Challenge and Opportunity for Financial Markets, London ; New York : Routledge, 2000, Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking ; 10 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/4398
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In this book leading financial professionals and academics examine the prospects for the European single currency. The impact of the Euro is assessed in terms of risks and opportunities for financial intermediaries, challenges for monetary and supervisory authorities and issues for portfolio management and corporate finance.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction, Michael Artis -- Keynote Speeches 1 The euro: a challenge to, and opportunity for, financial markets Hans Tietmeyer 2 Critical years for the global financial markets Ernst-Moritz Lipp 3 'One size fits all?' EMU and Procrustes Michael Artis 4 Evolving ambitions in Europe's monetary unification: the Robert Marjolin Lecture Niels Thygesen -- Commission 1 Risks and opportunities for commercial banks and other financial intermediaries 5 Indicators of potential excess capacity in EU and US banking structures E. Philip Davis and Sinnika Salo 6 EMU and the structure of the European banking system Oliver De Bandt 7 Eurobanking: the Strategic issues Jean Dermine 8 Are financial conglomerates and universal banks efficient? Evidence from European banking Rudi Vander Vennet -- Commission 2 Challenges to monetary and supervisory authorities 9 Managing the euro in a tri-polar world John Arrowsmith and Ray Barrell and Christopher Taylor 10 Are European central banks over-capitalized? Daniel Gros and Franziska Schobert 11 Will the European Central Bank be the lender of last resort in EMU? Alessandro Prati and Garry Schinasi -- Commission 3 Issues for portfolio management and corporate finance 12 The effects of the euro on portfolio allocation Andrea Beltratti 13 Delivering the benefits of EMU: securitization Graham Bishop 14 The impact of EMU on portfolio management Martin Brookes 15 Credit risk and ratings after the euro Christopher Huhne 16 Prospects for the exchange rate of the euro Robert N. McCauley
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