TITLE

BASEL STANDARDS ON EFFECTIVE BANKING SUPERVISION

AUTHOR(S)
SOBOŃ, Janusz; WOŁOWIEC, Tomasz
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on Practi;2013, p293
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Basel principles set standards, necessary basis for banking supervision operate properly, and however its level of applicability around Europe is not uniform. The EMU member countries has developed different types of supervisory institutions, which are responsible for banking supervision in each country: central bank, banking and securities supervisory authority, specialized banking supervisor, government department or unified financial supervisor. International organizations play a significant role in our globalized world. They become extremely powerful and can influence world politics, economics, and trade, social or cultural matters. Thanks to the rising number of international affairs, cross-national networks and global issues, they become powerful and respected participants on the international playing ground. International organizations combine individual interests of different nations resulting in their growing cooperation on global issues and disputes but also increase their interdependence
ACCESSION #
95849250

 

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