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Conglomération financière et architecture de surveillance

  • Stéphanie Feyler
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    The structural changes arisen within the financial industry during the last two decades are usually used to justify the movement to the unification of the financial supervision architecture. However this argument has a purely intuitive character. In our knowledge, no empirical proof was so far able to be brought to it. It is what this article gives itself as objective. It tries more exactly to analyze the incidence of the phenomena of financial concentration andor conglomération on the choice of the supervision architecture. The obtained results tend to confirm the presentiment according to which the emergence of financial conglomerates and their development constitute a determining factor of the financial supervision unification.

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    Volume (Year): 121 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 527-546

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