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The Role of the Prudential Supervision and Financial Restructuring of Banks During Transition to Indirect Instruments of Monetary Control

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    This paper proposes a stylized sequencing of banking supervision and bank restructuring measures designed to complement and expedite the adoption of indirect instruments of monetary policy. Appropriate sequencing reflects both operational considerations and macroeconomic effects of structural measures. It typically involves implementing initially a critical mass of reforms of prudential supervision and of financial structure of both banks and enterprises, and subsequently adapting and refining these measures in line with the evolution of markets and internal governance. This approach facilitates implementation because the initial cost of bank restructuring can be offset, partly, through the budgetary effects of improved enterprise finances.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Working Papers with number 96/128.

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    Length: 30
    Date of creation: 01 Nov 1996
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:96/128

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    Keywords: Bank supervision; Monetary policy instruments; Bank restructuring; banking; banking supervision; financial restructuring; prudential supervision; deposit insurance; capital adequacy; banking restructuring; loan classification; recapitalization; banking crises; financial liberalization; bank liquidation; financial distress; banking system; accounting standards; bank credit; foreign exchange; bank accounting; bank lending; banking crisis; prudential regulation; central banking; financial crisis; bank insolvencies; early warning systems; bank for international settlements; macroeconomic stability; banking sector; banks ? balance sheets; systemic risk; financial risk; bank debt; liquid asset; country comparison; bank profitability; liability management; bank runs; asset management; liquidation of banks; foreign exchange exposure; debt restructuring; banking systems; contagion; bank balance sheets; systemic bank restructuring; accounting system; financial sector liberalization; banking reform; banking environment; bank asset; recessions; credit control; crisis management; problem bank; bank soundness; accounting treatment; bank balance sheet; bank supervision policies; accounting framework; bank assets; liquidity crisis; bank interest; present value of debt; present value; transmission of monetary policy; financial reforms; bank loan; crisis episodes; systemic crisis; foreign exchange crisis; bank supervisors; bank portfolios; bank capital; private bank; disintermediation; national bank; bank reporting; bank of japan; asset-liability management; macroeconomic policies; bank liquidations; bank interest rates; bank credit policies; financial crises; management control; banking risks; state bank; asset management companies; bank failures; savings bank; prudential bank supervision; financial strength; banking laws; credit concentration; early warning system; capital account liberalization; major banking crisis;

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    Cited by:
    1. Kwack, Sung Yeung, 2000. "An empirical analysis of the factors determining the financial crisis in Asia," Journal of Asian Economics, Elsevier, Elsevier, vol. 11(2), pages 195-206.
    2. Muhammad Arshad Khan & Sajawal Khan, 2007. "Financial Sector Restructuring in Pakistan," Lahore Journal of Economics, Department of Economics, The Lahore School of Economics, Department of Economics, The Lahore School of Economics, vol. 12(Special E), pages 98-125, September.
    3. Khan, Muhammad Arshad, 2002. "Restructuring of Financial Sector in Pakistan," MPRA Paper 3921, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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