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Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States

Allen N. Berger

Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States

by Allen N. Berger

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Published by Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAllen N. Berger.
SeriesFinance and economics discussion series ;, 2004-12, Finance and economics discussion series (Online) ;, 2004-12.
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LC ClassificationsHG1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL3389771M
LC Control Number2004616435

  Using data on bank holding companies in the United States and Europe, this paper analyses the impact of capital and liquidity on bank-lending-growth following the financial crisis, and the new measures inspired by the Basel III regulatory framework. The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published (PDF MB) an analysis of the impact of Basel 4 on EU banks, showing increases in capital requirements of around 25 percent for large and internationally active banks. The main results are broadly consistent with initial estimates using the KPMG Peer Bank tool.. Implications for firms. Capital - as discussed in KPMG’s .

New U.S. Capital Rules Have Reduced Some Competitive Concerns about Basel II 22 Bank Regulators Have Taken Limited Actions to Address Additional Competitive Effects of Basel II Implementation on U.S. Banking Organizations 39 Conclusions 49 Recommendations 52 Agency Comments and Our Evaluation 52 Appendix I Objectives, Scope, and Methodology   Abstract. Using data from three countries (US, Italy and Australia) and surveying related studies from several other countries in Europe, we investigate the effects of the New Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) on bank capital requirements for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

The adoption of Basel III by developing countries raises the question of what the impact of such regulatory reform will be on volume, cost, and composition of domestic credit in these economies and for the development of financial systems more generally. This is against the background of many emerging markets not yet having fully exploited the potential for financial development .   A. BergerPotential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States [J] Journal of Financial .


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Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States by Allen N. Berger Download PDF EPUB FB2

The implementation of Basel II theoretically could adversely affect the competitive position of community banks or other large banking organizations that do not adopt A-IRB in the SME credit market because it may reduce the minimum regulatory capital, potentially lowering the marginal costs of SMECited by:   Abstract.

We examine the likely competitive effects of implementation of Basel II capital requirements on banks in the market for credit to SMEs in the U.S. Similar competitive effects from Basel II may occur for other credits and financial instruments in the U.S.

and other nations. We address whether reduced risk weights for SME credits extended by large banking Cited by: Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States Article in Journal of Financial Services Research 29(1).

BibTeX @ARTICLE{Berger06potentialcompetitive, author = {Allen N. Berger}, title = {Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States}, journal = {Journal of Financial Services Research}, year = {}, pages = {}}. Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States.

By Allen Berger Full citation; Abstract. Banks, capital requirements, SMEs, Basel II, DOI identifier: /s OAI identifier: Provided by: Research Papers in Author: Allen Berger.

Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States. By Allen N. Berger. Abstract. We examine the likely competitive effects of the proposed implementation of the Basel II capital requirements on banks in the market for credit to SMEs in the U.S.

Specifically, we address whether reduced risk weights. Corpus ID: The impact of the Basel () accords on SME credit provision: a comparison between European and Italian SMEs @inproceedings{PiroliTheIO, title={The impact of the Basel () accords on SME credit provision: a comparison between European and Italian SMEs}, author={Marta Piroli}, year={} }.

Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States. Journal of Financial Services Research, Vol. 29, Issue. 1, p. Journal of Financial Services Research, Vol.

29, Issue. 1, p. Berger, Allen E. "Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States." Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), Finance and Economics Discussion Series: See Hannan, Timothy H; and.

"Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States," Journal of Financial Services Research, Springer;Western Finance Association, vol.

29(1), pagesFebruary. We analyze the potential competitive effects of the proposed Basel II capital regulations on U.S. bank credit card lending. We find that Basel II is not likely to have a competitive effect on community banks and most regional banks. Bank issuers that operate under Basel II will face higher regulatory capital minimums than Basel I banks.

Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States Allen Berger () NoFinance and Economics Discussion Series from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.). expected effects of Basel II on SMEs. This literature, all based on earlier versions of the new Basel Accord, provides evidence of the potential benefits of the Basel II implementation on the bank capital requirements, but it does not analyze effects on SME lending by banking organizations.

In section 3, we derive bank capital requirements. We analyze the potential competitive effects of the proposed Basel II capital regulations on US bank credit card lending.

We find that bank issuers operating under Basel II will face higher regulatory capital minimums than Basel I banks, with differences due to the way the two regulations treat reserves and gain-on-sale of securitized assets.

Berger, Allen N. “Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States.” (), Berger, Allen N., and Gregory F. Udell. “Collateral, Loan Quality, and Bank Risk.” Journal of Monetary Economics 25 (), 21–   3Allen N.

Berger () “Potential Competitive Effects of Basel II on Banks in SME Credit Markets in the United States.” Journal of Financial Services Research, v.

29, iss. 1, pp. 4See, for example, “The Small Business Economy: A Report to the President.” United States Government Printing Office. the new Basel Accord, provides evidence of the potential benef its of the Basel II implementation on the bank capital requireme nts, but it does not analyze effects on SME lending by banking.

bifurcated application of Basel II in the United States. Section 4 analyzes the effects of implementing Basel II in this manner on various segments of the U.S.

mortgage market. Section 5 concludes with an evaluation of the potential competitive effects among depositories and GSEs. Economic, Regulatory, and Prudent Capital. The side effects of Basel III on banks.

By Dagmar Recklies. Much has been written about the effects of the new Basel III / CRD IV regulation on Banks. I don't want to elaborate on that in much detail, since there are excellent summaries available elsewhere, e.g. Basel 3 in 5 questions: Keys to understanding Basel 3 from Finance Watch.

My focus in this article will be. Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States "We examine the likely competitive effects of the proposed implementation of the Basel II capital requirements on banks in the market for credit to SMEs in the U.S.

Specifically, we address whether. Borrowings, however, especially from commercial banks*, remain undoubtedly the most important source of external SME financing. Concerns have been raised that the new Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) will change the way banks analyze credits, introducing new credit risk management techniques and possibly reducing the lending activity toward SMEs.Abstract: We examine the likely competitive effects of the proposed implementation of the Basel II capital requirements on banks in the market for credit to SMEs in the U.S.

Specifically, we address whether reduced risk weights for SME credits extended by large banking organizations that adopt the Advanced Internal Ratings-Based (A-IRB) approach of Basel II might .Allen N.

Berger, "Potential competitive effects of Basel II on banks in SME credit markets in the United States," Finance and Economics Discussion SeriesBoard of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.).