Foreign exchange risk regulation: issues for industrial and developing countries
International Monetary Fund, 1994 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
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assets asymmetric bank failures bank portfolios banking regulation Basle Committee Basle Proposal BCBS capital adequacy regulations capital charge capital ratio capital requirement central bank commercial banks competitive credit risks dealers depositors developing countries discussion domestic currency Estonia European Union exchange exposure limits exchange position limits exchange risk regulations exposure regulation external costs financial institutions financial markets financial systems foreign currency positions foreign exchange exposure foreign exchange market foreign exchange position foreign exchange risk forex market forex position limits Ghana harmonize implies increase industrial countries information asymmetries instruments interbank market international banking International Monetary Fund Levonian liquidity long positions market risks Moldova national regulations open position overall currency percent problems prudential prudential regulation regulatory restrictive risk management sector short positions shorthand measure simulation method systemic risk theoretical transactions U.S. dollars uoTTTT uStbjoj xajoj xbjoj Zambia