Cooperative banking in Europe

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By Statement edited by Vittorio Boscia, Alessandro Carretta, Paola Schwizer.
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Schwizer, Paola.
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Description "This book investigates the main features of the evolution of the cooperative banking model in European countries, using 'country case-study' analysis. Structured in two parts, the first deals with a sample of countries that joined European Union before 2000; the second part with a sample of other newly admitted European Union member countries"--Provided by publisher.
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Subjects Banks and banking, Cooperative -- Europe -- Case studies
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Table Of Contents Machine generated contents note: List of illustrations * Preface * About the authors * Introduction
A.Carretta, P.Schwizer & V.Boscia * PART I: CO-OPERATIVE BANKING IN THE WESTERN EU-COUNTRIES * The Banking System in Portugal: The Case of Credito Agricola Mutuo Group
V.Stefanelli * The Cooperative Banking System in Spain
V.Stefanelli * The Cooperative Banking System in France
P.Marchetti& A.Sabetta * The Peculiarity of the UK case: The Mutual Building Societies
V.Stefanelli * Cooperative Banking in the Netherlands: Rabobank Network
M.Cotugno The German Cooperative Banking System: Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken
M.Biasin * The Cooperative Credit System in Italy
R.Di Salvo * The Credit Cooperative System in Finland
R.Di Salvo, J.S.Lopez& I.Schraffl * PART II:CO-OPERATIVE BANKING IN THE NEW EU-COUNTRIES * Cooperative Banking in the Newly European Countries
M.Cotugno * Credit Cooperatives in Romania
C.Bussoli * The Bulgarian Cooperative Banking
M.Cotugno * CONCLUSIONS * Concluding remarks; A.Carretta, P.Schwizer& V.Boscia * Notes * References * Index List of illustrationsPrefaceAbout the authorsIntroduction
A.Carretta, P.Schwizer& V.BosciaPART I: CO-OPERATIVE BANKING IN THE WESTERN EU-COUNTRIESThe Banking System in Portugal: The Case of Credito Agricola Mutuo Group
V.StefanelliThe Cooperative Banking System in Spain
V.StefanelliThe Cooperative Banking System in France
P.Marchetti& A.SabettaThe Peculiarity of the UK case: The Mutual Building Societies
V.StefanelliCooperative Banking in the Netherlands: Rabobank Network
M.CotugnoThe German Cooperative Banking System: Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken
M.BiasinThe Cooperative Credit System in Italy
R.Di SalvoThe Credit Cooperative System in Finland
R.Di Salvo, J.S.Lopez& I.SchrafflPART II:CO-OPERATIVE BANKING IN THE NEW EU-COUNTRIESCooperative Banking in the Newly European Countries
M.CotugnoCredit Cooperatives in Romania
C.BussoliThe Bulgarian Cooperative Banking
M.CotugnoCONCLUSIONSConcluding remarks; A.Carretta, P.Schwizer& V.BosciaNotesReferencesIndex.
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Cooperative banking in Europe
Authors Vittorio Boscia
Alessandro Carretta
Paola Schwizer
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description Over the past decades, the European banking market has been deeply modified by events such as globalisation, financial innovation, deregulation, disintermediation, consolidation, shareholder value and the intense process of political, social and economic integration. The new environment has enhanced the level of competition; influencing the volume, quality and price of financial services and squeezing banks' profitability. Cooperative banks, nonetheless, remain healthy and are gaining market share over their competitors. As their business model is based on retail banking, which remains segmented, they are still strong in local markets. In many respects, this segmentation represents the 'last great barrier' towards the full integration of European banking. Such an oligopoly, however, may be gradually eroded by a more qualified demand and by stronger competition from other financial intermediaries. Can this business model, based on concepts of mutuality, locality, ethics, solidarity and social cohesion, survive the new environment? This book investigates the main features of the evolution of the cooperative banking model within Western and Eastern European countries in order to assess whether it is possible to treat European cooperative banking as a unified system. Based on a wide and comprehensive 'country case-study' analysis, it gives a detailed overview of the main cooperative banking systems and aims to identify best-practice models around Europe.
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Page Count 256
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Published Date 2010-02-15
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle Case Studies
Title Cooperative Banking in Europe
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