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Central banking, bank regulation and supervision in the Slovak Republic

Author: Mgr. Peter Madleňák
Year: 2007 - summer
Leaders: doc. Ing. Karel Půlpán CSc.
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Work type: Finance, Financial Markets and Banking
Masters
Language: Slovak
Pages: 123
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Abstract: The thesis consists of five main parts in which I try to give a compact view on the bank regulation and supervision in the Slovak Republic and its institutional arrangement. In the introdutory part I deal with the historical development of the central banks and banking regulation (on the national and international level) and with the economic rationale for banking regulation and supervision, on the basis of which I try to support the hypothesis of desirability of banking regulation. In the following two chapters I analyse the institutional and legislative framework concerning the SBCS and NBS as the regulators of the banking sector in the former Czechoslovakia and Slovak republic, respectively. Followingly, I deal with the structure and the contemporary set-up of the banking regulation and supervision in the Slovak republic and with the main problems that arose in this field throughout the transformation period of the Slovak economy. In the last part I deal with the trends in the banking regulation and supervision connected with the European integration and integration of supervisory authorities.

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