Comparative Banking Laws of the SEACEN Countries
This volume consists of three sections. The first section is on central banking which gives the pertinent provision governing this area: it includes among others, the functions, powers, reserve requirements, credit and loan policies of the eight central banks and monetary authorities. The second section on supervision of financial institutions covers the provision giving the central banks supervisory and inspection authority over financial institutions. Under the third section on commercial banking, the listed regulations cover a number of areas, such as licensing, capital requirements, operations, priority lending, submission of data and solvency.
|This book is provided by South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre in its series Research Studies with number rp06 and published in 1987.|
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