Exigences européennes et internationales concernant la prudence dans l’activitée bancaire
AbstractOne of the fundamental principles of the bank activity is prudence. This principle manifest on one hand in substance of the reglementations regarding bank activity at national, european and international level and, on the other hand, in operational activity of each bank institution and, implicit in the actions of the competent authorities to supervise bank activities. The operational activity of the bank societies must conform to regular demands by prudence nature. The evolution of the international banking activity, its complexity and its globality, corroborate with the use by bank institutions of the most sofisticated bank technologies and techniques, had imposed the necessity that the european competent authorities, a series of international institutions and the academical and scientifical comunity to manifest an intense preoccupation to find and implement the most proper formulas of prudence in bank activity.
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Date of creation: 14 Nov 2008
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Financial market/ Bank/ Prudence/ Own funds/ Solvency/;
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