Attitudes of national regulatory authorities to the presence of an international bank through a branch operation differs across jurisdictions. Some authorities have adopted an open approach particularly where the bank’s home country regulatory regime is broadly equivalent to its own. The bank’s business model may also play an important role as well as resolvability requirements.
To help keep banks up-to-date with current developments, we have produced a global comparative analysis concerning the regulation and the supervision of bank branches.
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