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QE book-cooking risks instability


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Deutsche Bank pourrait supprimer 500 postes dans sa banque privée
20/11 | 20:40
Le métier de la banque privée et de la gestion de patrimoine, qui est la spécialité de Sal. Oppenheim, serait actuellement très compliqué en raison de la frilosité des clients, liée à la crise dans la zone euro.




 

 


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FINANCE-MARCHÉS 
Dexia : le conseil d'administration dramatise les effets d'une dissolution
21/11 | 10:45 | mis à jour à 11:03 | Les Echos
Le conseil d'administration de Dexia a prévenu ce mercredi les actionnaires de la banque franco-belge, qu'une dissolution aurait des « conséquences systémiques très graves ». Les actionnaires sont appelés à se prononcer le 21 décembre prochain en assemblée générale extraordinaire sur l'avenir de la banque.




 


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A ne pas manquer : comment les allemands voient Goldman Sachs 
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Emprunts toxiques : des élus pour la création d'un fonds de soutien mutualisé21/11 | 15:56 | Les Echos

C'est la proposition de Maurice Vincent, le sénateur-maire de Saint-Etienne qui préside l'association Acteurs publics contre les emprunts toxiques. Ce fonds serait alimenté par une contribution du système financier, l'Etat et les collectivités touchées.
 


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From COMPANIES 4:06pmUBS faces Adoboli fine of up to £50m
©BloombergBank will also be hit with intrusive supervisory measures
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Shadow banking
Gillian Tett opens up ‘Russian doll’ finance


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November 22, 2012 5:39 pm
Beware the next financial blindspot
By Gillian Tett


During the crazy credit boom of 2006 and 2007, Paul Tucker, now deputy governor of the Bank of England, tried to sound an alarm about shadow banks.
In a couple of prescient speeches he warned that “Russian doll finance” or “vehicular finance” – as he dubbed the shadowy network of non-bank finance entities in London – could pose systemic risks.

    MoreON THIS STORYGILLIAN TETT
    In the event, his comments had little impact; few listeners had a clue what “Russian doll finance” meant. But this week Mr Tucker finally got his wish: the Financial Stability Board issued a report that called for more oversight of the shadow banking world and its $67tn assets.
    In some senses this is encouraging. But as the FSB finally – belatedly – flexes its muscles, it is worth asking why it has taken six years for regulators to act.
    For behind that “Russian doll” tale there is a powerful principle that sheds light on past policy mistakes and highlights remaining challenges.
    The problem is one of tunnel vision, or what might be described as “silos” in policy making.
    Several decades ago, when people such as Mr Tucker started their careers, institutions such as the BoE had a generalist creed: employees moved between departments, graduates were hired from a range of disciplines and senior BoE officials were expected to watch for trouble by using instinct and peripheral vision as much as models.
    But when the BoE gained independence in 1997, PhD-wielding economists became more dominant and specialist macroeconomic and monetary policy analysis turned into mental silos, separated from the grubby weeds of finance or markets.
    That was partly because the Financial Services Authority assumed responsibility for bank supervision. But another factor was that economists such as Sir Mervyn King, current BoE governor, had little desire to peer into the entrails of finance.
    Collateralised debt obligations or structured investment vehicles did not seem connected to the “real” economy or even monetary policy; at least not in the eyes of high-status economists.
    Some regulators on both sides of the Atlantic tried to bridge that mental gulf. When Mr Tucker, for example, became head of markets at the BoE a decade ago, he realised the operations of CDOs and SIVs were affecting the flow of credit. He even suggested an analysis of “vehicular finance” should be incorporated into discussions of monetary aggregates, such as M4.
    But he faced at least two big obstacles in raising interest.
    First, it was unclear who was responsible for analysing, let alone policing, this non-bank world. For while the FSA was watching the micro-level operations of banks, and the BoE was monitoring macro financial stability, CDOs and SIVs fell between the cracks.
    Second – and more subtly – the silo mentality was so entrenched that Mr Tucker did not even have the words to communicate his fears. He knew the phrase “non-bank finance” sounded boring, so he tried to come up with alternatives. But they failed to grab attention.
    Indeed, it was not until Paul McCulley, a senior Pimco official, coined the phrase “shadow banking” at a Jackson Hole economics conference in August 2007 that a term caught on – and policy makers finally had a way to discuss vehicles such as CDOs and SIVs. Providing a catchy label, in other words, helped shift the policy debate.
    Ironically, many financiers now grumble that the phrase “shadow banks” has become too catchy. Some policy makers agree: in some languages the term sounds excessively negative and it has come to be used in an unhelpfully broad sense. As a result, a drive is afoot to find new labels.
    But, if nothing else, this twist in the debate shows that some officials have grasped the point: words (or a lack of them) can set policy priorities. Other lessons have been learnt, too.
    These days, for example, the BoE’s new Financial Policy Committee is trying to take a holistic view of the financial system. Senior officials such as Andy Haldane are doing pioneering, silo-busting research that blends economic and financial analysis with other fields, such as zoology.
    And Mr Tucker himself recently gave a thoughtful speech to economists in Oxford, calling for more silo-busting measures.
    But while this is laudable, the sad fact remains that the problem of silos – and mental blind spots – has not gone away; on the contrary, it is intrinsic to any large, complex system.
    So the question investors should now address is what other issues continue to fall through the cracks. What about cyber security, pensions or financial infrastructure?
    Or is there something else we are ignoring because it is outside our mental map? Ideas would be gratefully received or, better still, sent to the FPC (or its US and eurozone counterparts), preferably with a catchy label that is as powerful as “shadow banks”.
    gillian.tett@ft.com


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    Rappelons que les CDO, et SIV furent intiés dans les Iles Caïmans et le Delaware, comme le furent ensuite les CDS, ainsi que l'Irlande, le Luxembourg, Jersey et le Royaume-Uni. in Nicolas Shaxson, les Paradis Fiscaux, L'Engrenage p231-233.

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    Le régulateur bancaire unique aura besoin de temps, prévient Mario Draghi
    23/11 | 12:18 | Jean-Philippe Lacour

    Selon le président de la BCE, il est important que le cadre légal du prochain régulateur bancaire unique en zone euro soit arrêté au 1er janvier prochain, alors que sa mise en marche exigera du temps.






     


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    U.K. Eyes a Swedish Bank Model
    After a wave of banking scandals, British policy makers are rethinking the way banks should do business, and some are looking to a little known Swedish lender and its retro business model for inspiration.


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    From GLOBAL ECONOMY 6:07pmDownturn erodes central bank independenceReport points to global bankers’ added political dimension

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    From COMPANIES 9:39pmBanks face more regulation over scandalsNew drive against risk may force lenders to hold more capital
    From WORLD 10:01pmBarnier seeks ‘political will’ on bank unionCommissioner tells finance ministers it is time to act


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