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This paper updates the International Monetary Fund's work on general principles, strategies, and techniques for . Managing Systemic Banking Crises By a Staff Team Led by David S. Hoelscher and Marc Quintyn.

This paper updates the International Monetary Fund's work on general principles, strategies, and techniques for managing systemic banking crises in light of the new challenges faced in recent financial sector crises.

David S. Hoelscher, Marc Quintyn. Recent financial sector crises and their resolution have raised new issues and provided additional experiences to draw on in the future. Banking sector problems in Russia, Turkey, and a few Latin American countries occurred within the context of highly dollarized economies, high levels of sovereign debt, severely limited fiscal resources, or combinations thereof. These factors have challenged the effectiveness of many of the typical tools for bank resolution.

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Book Description International Monetary Fund (IMF), United States, 2003. Managing Systemic Banking Crises focuses on the issues raised in systemic crises, not on the resolution of individual bank problems

Book Description International Monetary Fund (IMF), United States, 2003. Managing Systemic Banking Crises focuses on the issues raised in systemic crises, not on the resolution of individual bank problems. Based on the lessons learned during the Asian crisis, it updates the IMF's work on the general principles, strategies, and techniques for managing these crises. Seller Inventory TNP9781589062245. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Hoelscher, D and Quintyn, M (2003), ‘Managing systemic banking crises’, IMF Occasional Paper no. 224. Hoggarth, G, Reidhill, J and Sinclair, P (2004), ‘On the resolution of banking crises: theory and practice’, Bank of England Working Paper no. 229. Hoggarth, G, Reis, R and Saporta, V (2002), ‘Costs of banking system instability: some empirical estimates’, Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 26, pages 825–55. Institute of International Finance (2005), ‘Investor relations: an approach to effective communication and enhanced transparency:.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), is an international organization headquartered in Washington, . consisting of 189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote. consisting of 189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world while periodically depending on World Bank for its resources.

Hoelscher, David, and Marc Quintyn, 2003, Managing Systemic Banking Crises (Washington: International Monetary Fund). Cite this chapter as: Hoelscher . Ingves S. (2006) The Resolution of Systemic Banking System Crises. eds) Bank Restructuring and Resolution. Procyclicality of Financial Systems in Asia.

Recent financial sector crises and their resolution have raised new issues and provided additional experiences to draw on in the future. Banking sector problems in Russia, Turkey, and a few Latin American countries occurred within the context of highly dollarized economies, high levels of sovereign debt, severely limited fiscal resources, or combinations thereof. These factors have challenged the effectiveness of many of the typical tools for bank resolution. Managing Systemic Banking Crises focuses on the issues raised in systemic crises, not on the resolution of individual bank problems. Based on the lessons learned during the Asian crisis, it updates the IMF's work on the general principles, strategies, and techniques for managing these crises.