Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

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

Being a banking director: regulatory difficulties between sanctions and interlocking directorates

by Valerio Lemma and Susan Clements Abstract: This paper analyzes the possibilities of an adverse selection perspective in the market of banking managers due to both the restatement of sanctions and … Continue reading


The “preparation” function in the new banking legislative framework

by Vincenzo Troiano – Andrea Sacco Ginevri [[1]] Abstract: This Article examines certain issues arising from the new regulation on bank crisis recovery and resolution, and specifically the so-called “preparation” function, … Continue reading


Banking market and the lack of clients’ protection. Paper from the conference «Bail-in and protection of savings»

by Aldo Angelo Dolmetta  Abstract: In November 2015, the Italian Government started a «resolution procedure» involving four central-Italy banks, which were basically insolvent. In doing so, it applied the «burden sharing principle», … Continue reading


The impact of the bail-in on banking services and bank funding

  by Vincenzo Troiano and Gregorio Consoli Abstract: This paper examines the main implications for bank services and bank funding that arise from the introduction of the Bank Recovery and … Continue reading


Concluding remarks of a conference on ‘Diversity and gender equality in the banks’.

 by Francesco Capriglione [i] Abstract: Both academics and practitioners have been often involved in the long-standing discussion on gender parity. This paper – which reports the conclusions of a recent … Continue reading


Gender Diversity and Financial Intermediaries

by Mirella Pellegrini Abstract: The paper analyzes  some recent rules  (Directive 2013/36/EU, called CRD IV and Directive 2014/65/EU, called MIFID 2) oriented towards a modern financial management focused on people with … Continue reading


Recovery plans in the context of the BRRD framework

by Vincenzo Troiano Abstract: the BRRD contributes to the establishment of the new EU regulatory framework on the measures to be adopted for the prevention and early intervention in the … Continue reading