tailieunhanh - Lecture Money and capital markets: Chapter 24 - Peter Rose, Milton Marquis

Chapter 24 - International banking. In this chapter students will be able to understand the importance of large multinational banks in both domestic and foreign markets, to explore how multinational banks operate around the globe and to identify the financial services that they offer; to see how and why international banking is closely regulated in many areas of the world. | Chapter 24 International Banking Learning Objectives To understand the importance of large multinational banks in both domestic and foreign markets. To explore how multinational banks operate around the globe and to identify the financial services that they offer. To see how and why international banking is closely regulated in many areas of the world. Introduction Until recently, the international activities of . banks were concentrated principally in their foreign offices, due mainly to federal government controls over foreign lending. Introduction The gradual relaxation of government controls in recent decades, the high cost of maintaining a large network of foreign bank branches, political instability overseas, and improvements in communications technology have encouraged many international banks to offer more international services from their domestic offices. The Scope of International Banking Activities The facilities operated by multinational banking corporations .