Stress testing e solvibilità per le banche di credito cooperativo in vista di Basilea 3
[Stress testing and solvency for the credit cooperative banks in view of Basel 3]
AbstractThis paper investigates the adequacy of solvency in the credit cooperative banks (BCC) which operate in the Italian market in view of the application of the new rules of Basel 3. The study analyses the solvency of BCC and immediately applies the rules of Basel 3. Moreover, it activates a stress testing on the sample in order to understand BCC financial strength in the case of a new financial crisis. The research shows that the credit cooperative banks are more solid than the other banks in the Italian market and leads the lawmaker to reflect about the opportunity to fix the same rules both for small and large banks (more oriented to the investment banking model) which operate in Italy.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 34577.
Date of creation: Sep 2011
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Basilea 3; Credito Cooperativo; Stress Testing; Solvibilità;
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