Economics and Finance

   

Financial Banking Supervision: a View of an Updated Secondary Research the Greek Reality

Authors: Anastasia Kopaneli

Financial Banking Supervision is widely recognized as an extremely necessary process throughout the years in the last decades. To begin with, it refers to a Preventive Control and to Supervision as well, with a central aim of «preventing» the Financial Banking Sector – in fact and more specifically, Financial Banking Supervision is related to a chain of rules set, mainly by, the Bank of International Settlements (BCBS-BASEL, BIS) in collaboration with the Central Bank in each country-member so that a Monetary and Financial Stability is achieved nationally and globally too (BCBS October 2013, Jorion 2002, Singleton 2011). This article presents the fundamentals of Financial Banking Supervision together with the updated statistical data taken from valid and reliable sources and organizations. In line with the above, the objectives are specific: •To make the reader concentrate on the fundamentals of Financial Banking Supervision. •To make the reader see the relation between the classic literature of Finance and Banking Supervision and the Updated Statistical Data. •To make the reader see the Greek reality. So, it is clear, that the results are based upon comparisons between theory and practice in a continuous way. Thus, the Methodological Conceptual Framework is based upon classic literature of Finance and Banking while updated statistical data is used as well (as Financial Banking Supervision is in a continuous advancement taking into serious consideration all the issues of the National and the Global Economy, especially in nowadays). The used data concerns the Global and the Greek Reality (http://www.bankofgreece.gr) as shown in Figures 1,2,3,4 and in Table 1.

Comments: 18 Pages. Published in The Hellenic Open Business Administration Journal; https://hobajournal.wordpress.com/

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