Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

«They say things are happening at the border, but nobody knows which border» (Mark Strand)

The disruption effect of blockchain and the future scenarios of contracting in the digital era.

by Ana Gascòn Marcèn and Claudia Marasco Abstract: The article analyzes the inadequacy of blockchain’s reference regulatory framework, in relation to its potential applicability to some crucial areas of law … Continue reading

27/12/2019

Impediments to resolvability: critical issues and challenges ahead

by Marco Bodellini Abstract: This paper analyses the impediments to resolvability, distinguishing between exogenous (or architectural) impediments and endogenous (or stricto sensu) impediments. They are both obstacles that can hinder … Continue reading

20/12/2019

An analysis of the resolution regimes for failing banks in Russia

by Ilya A. Goncharenko and Gennadi P. Tolstopyatenko   Abstract: This article discusses the regulatory framework of resolution regimes for failing banks in the Russian banking sector. It includes an … Continue reading

14/11/2019

The regulation of fintech banks: questions and perspectives.

by Valerio Lemma Abstract: This analysis concerns the regulation of fintech banks, having regard to the possibility of a business model in which the production and delivery of banking products … Continue reading

04/11/2019

Technological innovation in creditworthiness assessment

by Antonio Davola Abstract:  Consumer scores describe individuals or groups in order to predict, on the basis of their data, behaviors and outcomes. Scores use information about consumer characteristics and … Continue reading

10/10/2019

Introduction to the Italian law of public companies

by Andrea Sacco Ginevri Abstract: This introduction to the Italian law of public companies is the first chapter of forthcoming book on the same issue and aims at giving a general … Continue reading

21/09/2019

Risk Management through Corporate Governance: A Study of Public Sector Banking Institutions in India

by Deepankar Sharma Abstract: The financial instability in the banking sector of any country marks a beginning of broader existential crisis for the maintenance of economic growth rate which may … Continue reading

03/09/2019