The Future of State-Owned Financial Institutions (World Bank/IMF/Brookings Emerging Market) ebook
by Gerard Caprio,Jonathan L. Fiechter,Robert E. Litan,Michael Pomerleano
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The Future of State-Owned. Gerard Caprio is director of the Operations Policy Department in the World Bank's Financial Sector Presidency. Jonathan L. Fiechter is deputy director of the Monetary and Financial Systems Department at the International Monetary Fund. Michael Pomerleano is lead financial specialist in the Financial Sector Operations and Policy Department of the World Bank.
Included are case studies exploring varying methods of privatization, such as initial public offerings, employee stock ownership plans, and strategic investors. The Future of State-Owned Financial Institutions is a product of the sixth annual Financial Markets and Development conference organized by the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Brookings Institution.
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Results from Google Books. Focuses on the rationale and performance of state-owned financial institutions in emerging markets, as well as on possible government policies for either privatizing or managing them"-Provided by publisher.
Conference Report by Gerard Caprio, Jonathan Fiechter, Robert E. Litan . The experiences of state-owned banks in other countries are also mixed. Litan and Michael Pomerleano. State-owned financial enterprises are less prevalent in developed economies, with very few exceptions, such as Germany and, to a lesser extent, the United States, with its large entities supporting residential home ownership that have implicit government backing, according to David Marston of the International Monetary Fund.
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Gerard Caprio, Jonathan Fletcher, Robert E. Litan, Michael Pomerleano. In The Role of State-Owned Financial Institutions: Policy and Practice noted experts discuss the challenges presented by state-owned financial institutions and offer cross-disciplinary solutions for policymakers and banking regulators.
Caprio, . Fiechter, . Litan, R. and M. Pomerleano (2004) The Future of Stateowned Financial Institutions . World Bank/IMF/Brookings Emerging Market Series, Brookings Institution Press. Washington, D. oogle Scholar. Daphnis, F. (2006) Housing Microfinance: Current Issues, Opportunities and Challenges. Presentation at the World Bank Conference on Housing Finance in Emerging Markets, March 15–17, Washington, D.
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The Future Of State-owned Financial Institutions (World Bank/IMF/Brookings Emerging Market). Emerging markets series.
Research suggests that if the majority of a country's financial institutions are owned by the state, that country will experience slower financial development, less efficient financial systems, less private sector credit, and slower GDP growth. Yet more than 40 percent of the world's population live in countries in which public sector institutions dominate the banking system. In The Role of State-Owned Financial Institutions: Policy and Practice noted experts discuss the challenges presented by state-owned financial institutions and offer cross-disciplinary solutions for policymakers and banking regulators. The issues include: methods for effectively managing, reforming, and privatizing state-owned banks; the fiscal costs and contingent liabilities of state-owned banks; macroeconomic implications and the impact of state-owned banking on access to credit in an economy; guidance for effective supervision of state-owned banks; managerial perspectives on improving products, human resources, and risk; management case studies of different methods of privatization, such as initial public offerings, employee stock ownership plans, and strategic investors Contributors include David Binns (Beyster Institute), Robert Cull (World Bank), Ron Gilbert (ESOP Services), James A. Hanson (World Bank), Richard Hemming (International Monetary Fund), Fred Huibers (ING Research), Arminio Fraga (formerly Central Bank of Brazil), Nicholas Lardy (Institute for International Economics), David Marston (International Monetary Fund), Moody's Global Investor Service, Herman Mulder (ABN-Amro), William Nichol (Deutsche Bank AG), Urjit Patel (Infrastructure Development Finance Company, India), and P. S. Srinivas (World Bank).