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date: 19 February 2018

(p. xxvi) List of Tables

(p. xxvi) List of Tables

  1. 1.1. Bank write-downs and capital raised up to December 2008 5

  2. 5.1. Securitization and residential mortgage markets in Europe 131

  3. 6.1. Evolution of large bank holding companies 148

  4. 6.2. Major events in bank deregulation 154

  5. 8.1. Overview of Large Complex Financial Institutions 199

  6. 8.2. Breakdown by industry of subsidiaries of Large Complex Financial Institutions 209

  7. 8.3. Corporate structure of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. 222

  8. 17.1. Glossary for WTO commitments—entry into banking and permissible banking activities 434

  9. 17.2. WTO commitments on foreign bank entry and activities: Aggregate profile of member countries' restrictiveness 436

  10. 17.3. Glossary for World Bank data on reported practices: Entry into banking and permissible banking activities 439

  11. 17.4. Entry requirements and permissible banking activities: WTO commitments and reported practices compared 444

  12. 17.5. Index of market openness: WTO commitments and World Bank reported practices 447

  13. 17.6. Measuring market openness: WTO commitments and World Bank reported practices compared 449

  14. 17.7. Index of restrictions on domestic banks' powers, activities, and requirements: WTO commitments and World Bank reported practices 452

  15. 17.8. Are foreign banks treated differently from domestic banks? Reported practices compared to WTO commitments 453

  16. 20.1. Cross-border bank mergers by continent 511

  17. 23.1. Payments on a hypothetical mortgage 569

  18. 23.2. Outstanding US mortgages as of 2008: Q1 588

  19. 23.3. Sample statistics on loans used default/prepayment analysis 591

  20. (p. xxvii) 23.4. Probit estimation of defaults and prepayments 593

  21. 23.5. Subprime outcomes and characteristics 1999–2006 594

  22. 24.1. Tranche premiums for iTraxx Europe Main 5Y 610

  23. 28.1. Payment instrument use, 2005 713

  24. 31.1. Distribution of assets at US financial intermediaries in 1970 and 2007 778

  25. 31.2. Selected financial ratios (mean values) for 490 US commercial banks in 2006 787

  26. 31.3. Ten largest US commercial banks in 1988, 1997, and 2007 795

  27. 31.4. Largest banking companies in the world in December 2006 (dollars of assets) 796

  28. 31.5. Ten largest debt underwriters, equity underwriters, and loan syndicators in the world in 2007 (by proceeds in billions of dollars) 797

  29. 32.1. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in European Union-15 countries 810

  30. 32.2. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in France, 1986, 1996, and 2006 812

  31. 32.3. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in Germany, 1986, 1996, and 2006 813

  32. 32.4. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in Italy, 1986, 1996, and 2006 814

  33. 32.5. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in Spain, 1986, 1996, and 2006 815

  34. 32.6. Largest banks (ranked by total assets) in UK, 1986, 1996, and 2006 816

  35. 32.7. Structural indicators for EU-15 banking sectors 827

  36. 32.8. Average profitability (percentage return on equity) of EU-15 national banking sectors, 1990–2006 828

  37. 32.9. Selected cross-border mergers between EU-15 banks, 1997–2007 831

  38. 32.10. Legislation affecting the EU banking industry 832

  39. 32.11. European bank write-downs and capital raised until October 2008 839

  40. 33.1. Banking sector in early transition, 1995 849

  41. 33.2. Banking market characteristics in later transition, 1999 856

  42. 33.3. Banking market characteristics in 2005 858

  43. 33.4. Interest rate spreads and inflation, 1991–2005 859

  44. 34.1. Share of bank assets held by foreign banks' 871

  45. 34.2. Banking concentration in some selected emerging countries, 1994–2000 872

  46. 34.3. Financial depth by region, 1990s 879

  47. (p. xxviii) 34.4. Financial depth in some selected countries of Latin America, 2003 (percentage of GDP) 879

  48. 34.5. Interest spread and efficiency by region, 1995–2002 880

  49. 34.6. Dollarization ratio in selected countries in Latin America (percentage) 883

  50. 34.7. Bank regulatory capital-to-risk-weighted assets 888

  51. 35.1. Financial assets in Japan (by holder) 905

  52. 35.2. Assets and liabilities of the Japanese corporate and household sectors 906

  53. 35.3. Descriptive statistics for different bank types in Japan 910

  54. 35.4. Four main types of banks in Japan 917

  55. 35.5. Latest profits and losses for major banks and regional banks 934

  56. 36.1. Banking sector statistics in developing countries of Asia 943