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El posible impacto de las reformas internacionales en América Latina y el Caribe
[The possible impact of international reforms in Latin Americas and the Caribbean]

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  • Heinrich, Gregor

Text presented at the 19ª Asamblea Anual del Grupo Regional de América Latina y el Caribe (GRULAC), of the World Savings Banks Institute, La Habana, Cuba, 4-5 November 2013. It mentions some of the more recent international reform initiatives in particular those linked to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, like Basel III, but also the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) initiative, supported by the G-20 and the Financial Stability Board. The text then mentions some of the effects that such initiatives may have in the region. - Ese texto [presentado en la 19ª Asamblea Anual del Grupo Regional de América Latina y el Caribe (GRULAC), La Habana, Cuba, 4-5 November 2013] trata de aclarar una preocupación general: “Cómo influencia la regulación global a América Latina y el Caribe”. De hecho, la perspectiva de los supervisores ha cambiado en el trascurso de los años, sobre todo como resultado de varias crisis económicas, financieras y bancarias. La última crisis en los grandes centros financieros ha provocado importantes reformas y debates que sin dudan tendrán consecuencias duraderas. En lo que sigue menciono algunas de las iniciativas internacionales, sobre todo las vinculadas con el Comité de Basilea, como por ejemplo, Basilea III, pero también una iniciativa apoyada por el G-20, el ”Identificador de persona jurídica”, y tratar de mencionar algunos efectos que esas iniciativas pueden tener en la región.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 51457.

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Date of creation: Nov 2013
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  1. Benjamin Cohen, 2013. "How have banks adjusted to higher capital requirements?," BIS Quarterly Review, Bank for International Settlements, September.
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