Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin, June 2006

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand published the June 2006 issue of its Bulletin on 14 June. With banks increasingly operating across geographical borders, a major issue for banking supervisors around the globe is how those banks should be supervised by their `home' and `host' country regulators, the Bulletin says.

In the first article, Professor Ed Kane from Boston College provides a thought-provoking piece on the issues involved in establishing a fair and harmonised system of banking regulation

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