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The European Banking Landscape After the Crisis


Dirk Schoenmaker


Duisenberg School of Finance; VU University Amsterdam

April 27, 2011

DSF Policy Paper No. 12

Abstract:     
The financial crisis had a major impact on the banking landscape. As troubled banks were rescued by their home country, the question arises what happened to cross-border banking. Our findings indicate that cross-border banking remains strong within Europe; the Single Market in Banking is still in place. While aggregate figures indicate constant high levels of cross-border penetration within Europe, some individual banking markets have witnessed a major shift. With the demise of Fortis, cross-border penetration from EU countries fell back to 7 percent in the Netherlands. By contrast, cross-border penetration rose to 54 percent in Belgium. More broadly, American banks also kept their international orientation, while Asian-Pacific banks became even more domestically oriented.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 22

Keywords: European banking, cross-border, competition, financial supervision, financial stability

JEL Classification: G21, G28

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Date posted: April 27, 2011  

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Schoenmaker, Dirk, The European Banking Landscape After the Crisis (April 27, 2011). DSF Policy Paper No. 12. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1824307 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1824307

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Dirk Schoenmaker (Contact Author)
Duisenberg School of Finance ( email )
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