French banking

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  • Recently, financial institutions have developed improved internal risk rating systems and emphasized the probability of default and loss given default. The default characteristics are studied for 756 loans from a French bank: CIC- Banque SNVB. A binomial logit regression is used to estimate several models of the probability of default of agribusiness loans based on information available at loan origination. The results show that leverage, profitability and liquidity at loan origination are statistically significant indicators of the probability of default.

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  • The paper proposes several facts in support of the evidence that French banks actively manage their leverage. Impulse responses estimated from multivariate models allow assessing which balance sheet claims are used by banks to fine-tune their leverage. It is found that leverage adjustments are primarily attained through changes in domestic and foreign credit.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "the economics of money banking and finance" has contents: the role of a financial system, an introduction to financial systems, the uk financial system, the us financial system, the french and italian financial systems, portfolio theory, the structure of interest rates,...and other contents.

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  • Up to the end of the twentieth century, the French banking industry consisted of four distinct groups of large banks. In addition to the large private banks comprising Banque Nationale de Paris, Société Générale and Paribas, which were major players in the corporate and foreign business, the government-owned banks Crédit Lyonnais1 and Post Office Savings Bank were of considerable importance for the retail banking. However, the retail banking was largely dominated by the coop- erative banks Crédit Agricole, Banques Populaires and Crédit Mutuel.

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  • The parallel thematic sessions on May 27 and on May 28 presented the unique opportunity for participants to focus and interact on a set of specific issues identified as priorities for social funds. Initiated by session leaders, who drew upon their experiences managing social funds, the sessions addressed the key issues with the assistance of professional facilitators from the Learning and Leadership Center. The presence of resource persons drawn from the World Bank staff active in project design and supervision contributed to the quality of the discus- sions.

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  • The French position was partly accommodated in the ECOFIN meeting on 20 June, by making the attainment of a close-to-balance position for France contingent on highly optimistic growth rates, i.e. it implicitly allowed the deadline for the achievement of the medium-term position to be missed. Italy took this outcome as a common understanding in the Council that allowed for a focus on growth and more flexibility in the fiscal framework. The government started then openly to discuss tax reductions, which would delay the attainment of the close to balance or in surplus position.

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  • Harris Selod is a senior economist with the Development Research Group of the World Bank, on secondment from the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. His current research focuses on land governance, land mar- kets, and the spatial organization of rural, urban, and peri-urban areas in developing countries, with a specific interest in West Africa.

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  • In such a case, weighty reasons would support con- version of the German savings banks into regis- tered cooperatives on the French model. German savings banks and cooperative credit insti- tutions already possess numerous common fea- tures. Both are integrated into a tripartite financial association cooperating on the basis of a division of labour and exhibit a decentralized structure operating on the regional principle. In addition, both have a similar customer base consisting large- ly of private individuals as well as small and mid- sized businesses.

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  • One of the most influential studies of the pace of evolutionary change was pub- lished in 1971 by two young paleontologists at the American Museum of Natural History named Niles Eldredge and Stephen Jay Gould. They pointed out that the fossils of a typical species showed few signs of change during its lifetime. New species branching off from old ones had small but distinctive differences. Eldredge carefully documented this stasis in trilobites, an extinct lineage of armored arthropods. He counted the rows of columns in the eyes of each sub- species.

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  • The common points existing in significant domains, above all as regards the tripartite structure of the organization, the obligation to observe the regional principle12 and to promote public affairs are briefly contrasted in the table below.Despite all existing dif- ferences of scale, it would therefore also be conceiv- able to take the current structure of the French sav- ings banks in many respects as a model for a future reform of the German savings bank system.

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  • In Spain, the savings banks’ model enables them to devote a substantial part of their profits to what is known as the Obra Social, whose allocation, distribution, policy and administra- tion are decided independently by the savings bank. French savings banks have launched the Local and Social Economy Projects (Projets d’Economie Locale et Sociale, PELS), a programme through which they finance local projects that will foster business or economic value and support people in fragile social situations.

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  • Supper at My Casino With M. M. and M. de Bernis, the French Ambassador--A Proposal from M. M.; I Accept It--Consequences-- C. C. is Unfaithful to Me, and I Cannot Complain I felt highly pleased with the supper-party I had arranged with M---- M----, and I ought to have been happy. Yet I was not so; but whence came the anxiety which was a torment to me? Whence? From my fatal habit of gambling. That passion was rooted in me; to live and to play were to me two identical things, and as I could not hold the bank I would go and punt at...

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  • We take this approach for empirical reasons. We interpret the large asset pricing literature as suggesting that the Fama-French factor model is a robust specification of the systematic risk in equity returns. It can explain the cross- sectional variations in stock returns quite well. Thus, we do not construe our additional drivers as additional dimensions of systematic risk. 6 Instead, we assume that they help describe the way individual bank stocks relate to these factors by affecting the risk loadings.

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  • In writing this story of Canada I have not been able to do more, within the limited space at my command, than briefly review those events which have exercised the most influence on the national development of the Dominion of Canada from the memorable days bold French adventurers made their first attempts at settlement on the banks of the beautiful basin of the Annapolis, and on the picturesque heights of Quebec, down to the establishment of a Confederation which extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

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  • Most of the sovereign bank debt likely to be exchanged, however, is held by larger German, French and Swiss banks with the capability (if not necessarily the desire) to take the write-offs required. The overhang of such future losses affects the entire European banking system at a time when it too is being restructured.

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  • This paper presents the particular use of “Jibiki” (Papillon’s web server development platform) for the LexALP1 project. LexALP’s goal is to harmonise the terminology on spatial planning and sustainable development used within the Alpine Convention2 , so that the member states are able to cooperate and communicate efficiently in the four official languages (French, German, Italian and Slovene).

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