Feature/Regulation

Bank rules and their impact on inequality

Central Banking Journal | 22 Sep 2014

Banking regulation has a profound effect on levels of long-term financial inclusion around the world; US engaged in a failed ‘lottery ticket’ effort by the US to offer housing to the poor.

Topics: United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Mortgage-backed securities, Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, United Kingdom

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Financial inclusiveness and financial stability are key to success

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh, Financial inclusion

Choosing a suitable exchange rate suitable for price-takers

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Exchange rate, IMF, Bretton Woods, Capital controls

Applying liquidity rules to sharia banking

Central Banking Journal | 18 Feb 2011

Topics: Islamic finance, Bank Negara Malaysia

Issues in regulating Islamic finance

Central Banking Journal | 18 Feb 2011

Topics: Islamic finance

Regulating Islamic finance: a primer

Central Banking Journal | 18 Feb 2011

Topics: Islamic finance

Liquidity regulation and its consequences

Central Banking Journal | 23 Nov 2010

Topics: Basel III, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision

The dangers of relying on point in time

Central Banking Journal | 23 Nov 2010

Topics: Basel III

The unintended consequences of the new prudential framework

Central Banking Journal | 17 Nov 2010

Topics: Basel III

Are CoCos from cloud cuckoo-land?

Central Banking Journal | 17 Aug 2010

Topics: Charles Goodhart

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