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Basel III - En marknads syn på finansiell stabilitet

Nyqvist, Jonathan LU and Hansen, Victor LU (2017) NEKH02 20171
Department of Economics
Abstract
Title: Basel III - A market view of financial stability
Authors: Victor Hansen & Jonathan Nyqvist
Advisor: Anders Vilhelmsson
Key words: Basel, risk, competition, financial stability

Purpose: The purpose of the paper is to investigate the extension to which Basel III affects the financial sector’s conditions and analyse the difference in the financial sector’s perception of risk management in relation to, existing and possible, regulations.

Methodology: By analysing data from established research together with reports and the responses from the Basel Committee, the Swedish Riksbank, the Swedish Finansinspektionen and our other respondents, we have given ourselves a good basis for further analysis. The analysis is based on... (More)
Title: Basel III - A market view of financial stability
Authors: Victor Hansen & Jonathan Nyqvist
Advisor: Anders Vilhelmsson
Key words: Basel, risk, competition, financial stability

Purpose: The purpose of the paper is to investigate the extension to which Basel III affects the financial sector’s conditions and analyse the difference in the financial sector’s perception of risk management in relation to, existing and possible, regulations.

Methodology: By analysing data from established research together with reports and the responses from the Basel Committee, the Swedish Riksbank, the Swedish Finansinspektionen and our other respondents, we have given ourselves a good basis for further analysis. The analysis is based on examining the effects of Basel III in three main areas, (1) risk management, (2) competition and (3) future.

Theoretical perspectives:The theoretical perspective of the essay is based on established research on the Basel accords together with economic models such as Miller and Modigliani.

Empirical Foundation: The empirical foundation has been created through written interviews with Finansinspektionen, Riksbanken, SEB, Swed-bank, Handelsbanken, Nordea, Sparbanken Skåne, Ikano Bank, Brummer & Partners, East Capital and Söderberg & Partners.

Conclusions: The line of argument over the course of this essay have been the importance of trust for the financial industry in general. The conclusion concludes that despite the negative effects Basel III might contribute with a broader awareness of risk strategy which results in a more stable market. (Less)
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Nyqvist, Jonathan LU and Hansen, Victor LU
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NEKH02 20171
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Basel, risk, competition, financial stability
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Swedish
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8912878
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Authors: Victor Hansen & Jonathan Nyqvist 
Advisor: Anders Vilhelmsson
Key words: Basel, risk, competition, financial stability

Purpose: The purpose of the paper is to investigate the extension to which Basel III affects the financial sector’s conditions and analyse the difference in the financial sector’s perception of risk management in relation to, existing and possible, regulations.

Methodology: By analysing data from established research together with reports and the responses from the Basel Committee, the Swedish Riksbank, the Swedish Finansinspektionen and our other respondents, we have given ourselves a good basis for further analysis. The analysis is based on examining the effects of Basel III in three main areas, (1) risk management, (2) competition and (3) future.

Theoretical perspectives:The theoretical perspective of the essay is based on established research on the Basel accords together with economic models such as Miller and Modigliani.

Empirical Foundation: The empirical foundation has been created through written interviews with Finansinspektionen, Riksbanken, SEB, Swed-bank, Handelsbanken, Nordea, Sparbanken Skåne, Ikano Bank, Brummer & Partners, East Capital and Söderberg & Partners.

Conclusions: The line of argument over the course of this essay have been the importance of trust for the financial industry in general. The conclusion concludes that despite the negative effects Basel III might contribute with a broader awareness of risk strategy which results in a more stable market.},
  author       = {Nyqvist, Jonathan and Hansen, Victor},
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  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Basel III - En marknads syn på finansiell stabilitet},
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