The banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering?

Chambers, C. (2011) The banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering? International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry, 4 (2). pp. 107-128. ISSN 1741-6426

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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJLSE.2011.041981

Abstract

The paper examines the banking system over the last two years, since the first signs of the economic crisis became apparent with the collapse of Northern Rock. The paper will be in four main parts. Part one will consider briefly the economic crisis being experienced in the UK from 2007 to present. It will examine the collapse of Northern Rock and the regulatory interplay and causal actions between the United States of America and the UK. It will demonstrate the close relationship the global economic system has evolved into. The second part of the paper will consider the main regulatory documentations that have been published during the economic crisis. In total within the UK there have been 23 policy documents, speeches and regulations that have come into the public domain, these will be considered and analysed to demonstrate the policy approach taken by the tripartite authorities. The third part of the paper considers the impact the economic crisis has had on the banks banking organisations within the UK. The paper looks at the following banking institutions: HBOS, Lloyds, RBS in terms of the crisis. Finally the paper will consider what the future could hold for the banking system once it has recovered from the economic crisis. The paper explores the different approach to rebuilding the banking system and whether a global or pan European approach could be an option for reform regulation.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:banking crises, regulatory reactions, economic crises, UK, United Kingdom, banks, Northern Rock, financial crises, bank failures, government regulation, regulatory interplay, causal actions, USA, United States, regulatory documentation, policy documents, regulatory bodies, government departments, Financial Services Authority, FSA, Bank of England, Treasury, regulators, Royal Bank of Scotland, RBS, National Westminster Bank, NatWest, HBOS, Bank of Scotland, Halifax Building Society, Lloyds TSB, Trustee Savings Bank, Northern Rock, liability, scientific enquiry
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Business and Law > Department of Law
ID Code:8350
Deposited By: Dr C. Chambers
Deposited On:13 Jul 2010 08:40
Last Modified:20 Jan 2014 13:02

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