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Corporate Governance of Financial Institutions
Hamid Mehran (au); Lindsay Mollineaux (au)
This report identifies the tension created by the dual demands of financial institutions to be value-maximizing entities that also serve the public interest. It highlights the importance of information in addressing the publicäó»s desire for banks to be safe yet innovative. Regulators can choose several approaches to increase market discipline and information production. First, they can mandate information production outside of markets through increased regulatory disclosure. Second, they can directly motivate potential producers of information by changing their incentives. Traditional approaches to bank governance may interfere with the information content of prices. Thus, the lack of transparency in the banking industry may be a symptom rather than the primary cause of bad governance. This is a print on demand report.
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