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Kreditrisikotransfer – Abbau alter gegen den Aufbau neuer Risiken?

  • Rudolph, Bernd
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    Die neuen Märkte für den Transfer von Kreditrisiken tragen auf unterschiedliche Weise und mit Hilfe verschiedener Mechanismen zur Vervollkommnung, Vervollständigung und Informationsversorgung der Finanzmärkte bei. Der Vergrößerung der Handlungsoptionen einzelner Marktteilnehmer sowie der Verbesserung der Qualität und Stabilität der Finanzmärkte stehen aber auch mögliche negative Folgeeffekte gegenüber. In diesem Beitrag werden die positiven Effekte des Kreditrisikotransfers herausgearbeitet und es wird auf negative bzw. problematische Begleiterscheinungen hingewiesen, deren Abbau bzw. deren Begrenzung bei der weiteren Entwicklung der Märkte im Interesse der Marktteilnehmer wie der Aufsicht liegen muss.

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    Paper provided by University of Munich, Munich School of Management in its series Discussion Papers in Business Administration with number 1897.

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    Date of creation: Apr 2007
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    Handle: RePEc:lmu:msmdpa:1897
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