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How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2013

Edited By Martina Horáková and Amy Jordan

Overview

How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2013 is the only single source of contact details for key regulatory decision-makers in 189 jurisdictions.

How Countries Supervise profiles the 350+ agencies responsible for supervising banks, insurance companies and securities firms around the world.

At a time of unprecedented change in the world of financial regulation and supervision, it provides up-to-date information on personnel and institutional changes.


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Publish date: 31 May 2013

Availability: In stock

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Book description

How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2013 provides key information about each regulatory agency: its history, its internal organisation and how it works with other regulators nationally and internationally.

The book equips you to:

  • Make contact with key individuals: the 2013 edition lists contact details for over 4,000 senior regulatory staff around the world, enabling you to quickly identify and make contact with the decision-makers in any one of hundreds of agencies;
  • Understand quickly legal mandates and responsibilities; the powers, responsibilities and functions of each agency are profiled concisely to allow you to quickly understand their work; and,
  • Keep up-to-date with important changes: researched and updated every year, you will find in the 2013 edition up-to-date information about important regulatory changes all around the world.

All available at your fingertips in a single volume.

Key features include:

  • Details of governance, objectives and activities and the institutions authorised by each supervisory agency;
  • Vital statistics, including a breakdown of central banks' regulatory responsibilities; and,
  • International coverage.

The 2013 edition includes details to the key authorities in new regulatory structures as well as hard-to-contact jurisdictions.

Book details

ISBN
9781902182803
Publish date
31 May 2013
Format
Paperback
Size
155mm x 235mm

Editor biography

Martina Horáková and Amy Jordan

Martina Horáková

Martina Horáková is the Head of Seminars and Advisory at Central Banking Publications (CBP), where she has worked since 2007. She oversees and organises public policy seminars, conferences and roundtables for senior policymakers from central banks, ministries of finance and financial regulatory agencies around the world. In her advisory role, Martina is conducting the first in CBP’s benchmarking survey series on the topic of central bank governance, and she also edits CBP books and occasionally contributes to the Central Banking Journal. Before joining CBP, Martina gained a master’s in development economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and also studied economics at the Freie Universität Berlin.

Amy Jordan

Amy Jordan is the Books Editor at Central Banking Publications (CBP), overseeing commissioning, editorial and production on their titles. Amy is co-editor of both the Central Bank Directory and Directory of Financial Regulators series, and has worked on books on topics such as sovereign investment and financial independence and accountability. Previously she was an Editorial Assistant at Risk Books, where she was responsible for the editorial development of books on topics such as systemic risk, stress testing and asset–liability management, as well as commissioning titles on topics such as the Federal Reserve’s Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review and Solvency II. Amy has a degree in English literature from Newcastle University.

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