The Process and the Consequences on Strategies and Organisational Structures
322 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1440 g
Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Anderloni / Ruozi Banking Privatisation in EuropeBanking privatisation represents one of the major forces which are significantly changing the banking sector in Europe. Studying the process of banking privatisation thus helps to understand the dynamics of the sector. This book analyses - from the perspective of both commercial banking and investment banking - the various processes of banking privatisation in Europe and their effects on the strategies and structures of banks. In its theoretical part, the book considers technical and financial aspects of banking privatisation from Spain, France, Italy, Norway, Germany, and Russia. An indispensable reading for investment bankers, regulators as well as policy-makers responsible for the existence of efficient and stable banking systems.
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I Theorethical Issues and Main Evidence from the Comparative Analysis.- 1 The Conversion Process from a State Enterprise into a Public Company.- 2 Methods of Privatisation. Optimisation of the Objectives of Sellers and Investors, and the Role of Financial Institutions.- 3 The Strategic and Organisational Effects of Bank Privatisation.- II: Case studies.- 4 The Spanish Experience: Argentaria Privatisation.- 5 Bank Privatisation in France and a Case Study of Banque Nationale de Paris.- 6 The Italian Experience.- 7 The Norwegian Experience: the Case of Den Norske Bank.- 8 Privatisation in the German Banking Sector.- 9 Privatisation of Russian Banks: the Case of Agroprombank.- Editors and Contributing Authors.