Financial Crisis Management and Bank Resolution provides an analysis of the responses to the recent crisis that has beset the international financial markets taking a top down approach looking at the mechanisms to manage a financial crisis, to the practicalities of dealing with the resolution of a bank experiencing distress. This work is an interdisciplinary analysis of the law and policy surrounding crisis management and bank resolution. It comprises contributions from a team of leading experts in the field that have been carefully selected from across the globe. These experts are drawn from the law, central banks, government, financial services and academia. This edited collection will provide a new and important contribution to the subject at a crucial time in the debate around banking resolution and crisis management regimes, and help to plug the gap in our knowledge and understanding of the law of bank resolution and restructuring.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Financial Turmoil Of 2007–20xx: Causes, Culprits And Consequences— G G Kaufman Chapter 2. International Responses To The Global Financial Crisis— D W Arner And J J Norton Chapter 3. Regulating Hedge Funds In The Shadow Of The Recent Financial Crisis: The Eu Response— H Mcvea Chapter 4. Towards A Coherent Crisis Resolution Mandate— G Wood Chapter 5. Transparency And The End Of Doing Good By Stealth— C Bamford Chapter 6. The Role Of Government, Central Banks And Regulators In Managing Banking Crisis— S Gleeson Chapter 7. Defining The Public Interest: Public Law Perspectives On Regulating The Financial Crisis— J F Mceldowney Chapter 8. Rethinking The Role Of Deposit Insurance: Lessons From The Recent Financial Crisis– J P Sabourin Chapter 9. Understanding, Awareness And Deposit Insurance— P Cartwright Chapter 10. The European Deposit Guarantee Directive: An Appraisal Of The Reforms— D Singh And D Walker Chapter 11. The Global Financial Crisis: Lessons For Deposit Insurance Systems In Developing Countries— G A Ogunleye Chapter 12. Bank Crisis Resolution: The Banking Act 2009— G A Walker Chapter 13. Protecting Creditors Of Insolvent Banks: How Should The Rights Of Different Types Of Creditors Be Best Managed? A Campbell Chapter 14. International Experience And Policy Issues In The Growing Use Of Bridge Banks— J R Labrosse Chapter 15. The "Failing Firm Defence" In Failing Markets: The Case For Bank Mergers— I Kokkoris Chapter 16. Mitigating Moral Hazard In Dealing With Problem Financial Institutions: Too Big To Fail? Too Complex To Fail? Too Interconnected To Fail?— M D Knight Chapter 17. Cross-Border Insolvency: The Case Of Financial Conglomerates— R M Lastra And R Olivares-Caminal Chapter 18. Resolving Crises In Global Financial Institutions: The Functional Approach Revisited— E Hüpkes Chapter 19. Resolution Methods For Cross-Border Banks In The Present Crisis— D G Mayes
John Raymond Labross is honorary visiting fellow at the University of Warwick Law School and partner at Patterson & Labrosse Financial Consultants Ltd.
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal is an assistant professor at the University of Warwick Law School.
Dalvinder Singh is an associate professor at the University of Warwick Law School.