Chapter 29

Organization, Supervision and Resolution of Cross-border Banking

P. Angkinand* and C. Wihlborg

*Milken Institute, Santa Monica, CA, USA

Chapman University, Orange, CA, USA

Outline

Cross-border banking can take place in subsidiaries or branches. In common terminology, a subsidiary is a host country legal entity with its own capital as a buffer against losses and is subject to host country regulation, supervision, and legislation. A host country branch, by ...

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