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L’aumento dei requisiti di capitale minimo delle banche: alcune considerazioni
Titolo Rivista: ECONOMIA E DIRITTO DEL TERZIARIO  
Autori/Curatori: Giovanni B. Pittaluga 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2016 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  14 P. 409-422 Dimensione file:  453 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ED2016-003004
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A seguito della crisi finanziaria del 2008-2009 con Basilea III sono stati introdotti requisiti di capitale minimo molto più severi che in precedenza. Ciò dovrebbe assicurare una più elevata stabilità dei sistemi bancari e finanziari dei paesi aderenti a questo accordo. Tuttavia, la Commissione Europea ha recepito Basilea III smussandone alcuni punti. Tale comportamento riflette, oltre che la struttura finanziaria banco-centrica dei paesi dell’Europa continentale, anche la particolare fase congiunturale di quest’area, in primis dell’Eurozona. In quest’ultima, in particolare, tende addirittura ad emergere una possibile contraddizione tra l’evoluzione della politica di vigilanza accentuatamente rigorosa e la politica monetaria decisamente espansiva.


Keywords: Requisiti minimi di capitale, Basilea III, Modigliani-Miller, struttura finanziaria delle banche
Jel Code: G21, G28

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Giovanni B. Pittaluga, in "ECONOMIA E DIRITTO DEL TERZIARIO " 3/2016, pp. 409-422, DOI:10.3280/ED2016-003004

   

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