- Non-performing Loans: A Comparison of Seven European Countries
The study sheds light on ‘credit life cycles’ in seven European countries (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden), analyzing the business processes of the largest banks, credit registries/bureaus and credit mana ...
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- The Performance and Role of Cooperative Banks in Europe
The objectives of the study are to understand the performance of cooperative banks in selected countries and to compare the developments and roles of cooperative banks in these countries with other banking groups (profit-making institutions) within nati ...
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- Regulated Exchanges: Dynamic Agents of Economic Growth
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the World Federation of Exchanges, CEPS partnered with the WFE and Larry Harris to produce a definitive volume of essays to take a look at the historic role exchanges have played in the global economy, highligh ...
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- Data Collection for Prices of Current Accounts Provided to Consumers
CEPS contributed to the collection and analysis of data on current accounts across Europe.
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- INREV and the EU Regulatory Framework for Real Estate Investment Funds
The objective of this study is to review the current regulatory framework and its decision-making process and to assess the role of industry associations in this context.
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- SME Financing in the Mediterranean: Challenges Ahead
The main goal of the CEPS-IEMed Working Group is to conduct an independent assessment of the obstacles facing access to finance to the SMEs in the region, and to examine practical avenues to improve the status quo. As noted by Ambassador Senén Fl ...
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- Screening of the European Banking Sector
This project collected data to distinguish between the business models of the most prominent banks in the EU. Using the collected data, the study sought to highlight existing weaknesses associated with each model. The aim was to assess whether the recen ...
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- Convergence of Banking Sector Regulations and its Impact on Bank Performances and Growth: The Case for Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia
This study compared the banking sector regulations in four Southern Mediterranean countries, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia, to the international standards and most notably the EU’s Mediterranean members. It aimed to assess the extent of con ...
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- Possible Scenarios of the Euro Zone Crisis and the Potential Impact of Each of the Scenarios on the Gold Market
This report considers four short-term, alternative scenarios for the eurozone and analyses their possible implications for global economic trends and the gold market. Overall, the main findings suggest that in the near future, motives other than inflati ...
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- Accountability and Transparency in Central Banking
This study analysed the objectives and accountability of the European Central Bank; the role of transparency in accountability, an international comparison of accountability and finally the role and scope of parliamentary scrutiny.
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