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Impacts of the Basle capital standard on Japanese banks" behavior

Takatoshi ItЕЌ

Impacts of the Basle capital standard on Japanese banks" behavior

by Takatoshi ItЕЌ

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basle Accord -- (1988),
  • Bank capital -- Japan -- Econometric models,
  • Asset-liability management -- Japan -- Econometric models,
  • Banks and banking, International -- Japan -- Econometric models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTakatoshi Ito, Yuri Nagataki Sasaki.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 6730, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6730.
    ContributionsSasaki, Yuri Nagataki., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 6730
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22401849M

    What caused Asia's largest economy, once the envy of the world, to lag behind many of the other industrial countries? And why did it take so long for Japan to recover from the bursting of its asset price bubble of the late s? In this volume, a team from the International Monetary Fund examines the causes of the lingering economic problems of Japan, the crisis in its banking system, the.   Through this legislation and the support of major U.S., European and Japanese banks, the Basel Committee on Banking Regulation and .

    [updated 03/] Bank capital serves as an important cushion against unexpected losses. It creates a strong incentive to manage a bank in a prudent manner, because the bank owners' equity is at risk in the event of a failure.1 Thus, bank capital plays a critical role in the safety and soundness of individual banks and the banking system. Bank capital is often defined in tiers or categories. Capital positions of Japanese banks (English) Abstract. Japanese banks are promising sources of capital for developing countries wishing to finance a balance of payments gap. This paper shows that Japanese banks are highly capitalized in terms of market value; much of their capital is "hidden capital.

    (40) Ito, Takatoshi and Yuri Nagat aki Sasaki, (), “Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks’ Behavior” Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, vol. 16, No. 3, September, (41) Ito, Takatoshi, (), “Retrospective on the Bubble Period and its relationship to developments in the s,”. (40) Takatoshi Ito and Yuri Nagataki Sasaki, “Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks’ Behavior” Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, vol. 16, September, NBER. (41) Takatoshi Ito, “Retrospective on the Bubble Period and its relationship to.


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Impacts of the Basle capital standard on Japanese banks" behavior by Takatoshi ItЕЌ Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper examines how the risk-based capital standards, the so-called Basle Accord, influenced 87 major Japanese banks' behavior between and As the Japanese stock prices fell, banks' latent capital gains, which is part of tier II capital, became by: Impacts of the Basle capital standard on Japanese banks' behavior.

Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Takatoshi Itō; Yuri Nagataki Sasaki; National Bureau of Economic Research. Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks' Behavior.

Then a series of sensitivity tests is applied to examine the impacts of various factors, including safety probability, target. Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks' Behavior Takatoshi Ito, Yuri Nagatake Sasaki.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics This paper examines how the risk based capital standards, the so-called Basle Accord between and Get this from a library.

Impacts of the Basle capital standard on Japanese banks' behavior. [Takatoshi Itō; Yuri Nagataki Sasaki; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper examines how the risk based capital standards, the so-called Basle Accord between and As the Japanese stock prices fell, banks' latent capital gains, which are part of.

This paper examines how the risk-based capital standards, the so-called Basle Accord, influenced 87 major Japanese major Japanese banks' behavior between and As the Japanese stock prices fell, banks' latent capital gains, which is part of tier II capital became smaller.

Empirical findings are consistent with a view that banks with lower capital ratios tended to issue more. Downloadable (with restrictions). Author(s): Ito, Takatoshi & Sasaki, Yuri Nagataki.

Abstract: This paper examines how the risk based capital standards, the so-called Basle Accord between and As the Japanese stock prices fell, banks' latent capital gains, which are part of tier II capital, became smaller. Empirical findings are consistent with a view that banks with lower.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). The impact of Basel I capital requirements on bank behaviour and the efficacy of monetary policy 17 supervision.2 Thus, against the backdrop of these considerations, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision was established under the auspices of the Bank for International.

Ito, Takatoshi and Yuri Nagataki Sasaki. “Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks’ Behavior.” Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Economic Research, Discussion Paper Series A Google Scholar. Ito, Takatoshi and Yuri Nagataki Sasaki. Sep. “Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks’ Behavior.” National Bureau of Economic Research, working paper.

Google Scholar. Prepared for a forthcoming book on the distribution sector in Japan, this essay introduces the distribution network in the apparel industry. Impact of the Basle Accord on International Banks.

Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks' Behavior. Impacts of the Basle Capital Standard on Japanese Banks' Behavior By Takatoshi Ito and Yuri Nagataki Sasaki. The strengthening of the regulatory environment started in can explain the conservative lending behavior of Japanese banks during the period of study.

capital standard has significant. If Japanese banks face binding regulatory capital requirement due to the interim Basle standard, then we would expect REGIME to have influenced both target capital and lending activity.

As we shall discuss in Sectionthe changes in year-to-year growth rates for Japanese banks' domestic lending clearly suggest that was an unusual year.

Bank capital is the difference between a bank's assets and liabilities, and it represents the net worth of the bank or its value to investors. The asset portion of a bank's capital includes cash. The paper reviews the empirical evidence on the impact of the Basel Accord.

It focuses on whether the adoption of fixed minimum capital requirements led some banks to maintain higher capital ratios than would otherwise have been the case and whether any increase in ratios was achieved by increasing capital or reducing lending.

Similarly capital structure decisions by banks may well be sensitive to the higher cost of Tier 1 capital relative to Tier 2 capital. When the cost of raising Tier 1 capital is prohibitive, banks may attempt to meet capital requirements, where possible, through issuance of Tier 2 capital.

Nonetheless in some countries banks have a richer. Impacts of Basle Accord on Japanese Banks’ Behavior, co-authored with Takatoshi Ito, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, Vol, Issue 3, SeptemberP Articles in Book.

Overview of Banks in Japan. There are around banks in Japan. The Bank of Japan, the country’s central bank, was established in to control the domestic money supply and serve as the lender of last resort to the banks in Japan.

The Japanese banking system consists of: Domestically licensed banks – City banks, Regional banks, and. Adding a % capital conservation buffer and GSIB capital buffers of 1% for Mizuho and SMFG and % for MUFG brings the banks’ TLAC requirements up to .risk-taking behavior of banks with reduced capital buffers.

Stolz () considered three different impacts of regulatory pressure on banks’ behavior: an impact on the need to rebuild capital buffers, either directly or after changes in capital or risk levels; and an impact on the adjustment speeds to their optimal levels of capital and risk.beneficial effects on banks’ capital requirements (lower) linked to the SME segment, either if the Standardized or one of the IRB (Advanced or Foundation) approaches is used.

The various studies find that it is easier to assess the amount of the savings in banks’ capital requirements with the Standardized approach than with the IRB approach.