Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

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

Market Regulation, Banking Industry and ESG: The Long and Winding Road to Sustainability

by Federico Riganti* and Anne-Marie Weber** ABSTRACT: With this paper, we seek to outline how the sustainability revolution impacts the banking sector. To that end, we present a brief account … Continue reading


The nature of DGS after the Tercas case: is the issue really solved?

by Giorgia Marra – Sarah-Louisa Bölter [1] ABSTRACT: The recent evolution of the DGS discipline as part of the third pillar of the European Banking Union and the recent Tercas … Continue reading


From the Single Supervisory Mechanism to the Anti-Money Laundering Authority: further steps to strength the supervision

by Alessandro Vita * ABSTRACT: The waves of crisis of the 2000s showed a necessity to review the banking supervision. The policy makers’ first answer was the reshaping of the … Continue reading


International banking regulation: from failures to incremental reforms. and back?

by Matteo Ortino* ABSTRACT: This study attempts to explain the resilience of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and its standards, particularly in the aftermath of the crisis. Some possible … Continue reading


Transparency and Circulation of Cryptocurrencies

by Mirella Pellegrini* ABSTRACT: From a legal point of view, some cryptocurrencies incorporate particular rights. it seems appropriate to assess – first – the legal profiles of these rights – … Continue reading


Is credit business digitization a milestone or tombstone for “traditional” banks?

by Jacopo Paoloni and Madjid Tavana Abstract: With “Fintech” (technological finance) we are generally addressing the phenomenon of the use of digital tools in the financial field, which has led … Continue reading