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L'Eni e la finanza

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The Central Bank of Ireland has overall responsibility for the authorisation, regulation and supervision of Credit Institutions operating in Ireland. Credit Institutions regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland include:

Banks

Building Societies Designated

Credit Institutions

A current list of these entities is available on our registers page.

In addition the Central Bank of Ireland is responsible for oversight of liquidity and conduct of business for branches of non-Irish licensed banks operating in Ireland.

The objectives in supervising Credit Institutions are: to foster a stable banking system to provide a degree of protection to depositors with individual credit institutions As set out in the Central Bank Act 1942 (as amended) the Bank shall perform its functions and exercise its powers in a way that is consistent with- the orderly and proper functioning of financial markets, the prudential supervision of providers of financial services, and the public interest and the interest of consumers. In relation to the prudential supervision of providers of financial services the Central Bank of Ireland operates a risk based approach to supervision

Mi correggo

thomas fazi 1/12/2013 - 18:50

Non mi hai risposto. Comunque mi correggo: il problema sono anche le banche centrali (ovviamente), nella misura in cui si sono dimostrate - e continuano a dimostrarsi, nonostante tutto quello che è successo - riluttanti a istituire un quadro regolatorio molto più ferreo in merito al funzionamento delle banche private (e in particolare alla loro capacità di creare enormi bolle speculative per merito di leve da capogiro). E visto che mi citi l'Irlanda, ti invito a leggere l'interessantissimo report della commissione di investigazione governativa irlandese sulla crisi bancaria, che afferma che una delle cause principali della crisi è stato proprio il fatto che 

for several years before the banking crisis, the authorities operated under the assumption that financial markets generally were efficient and self-regulating; this was generally considered as the modern and reasonable approach both in Ireland and abroad. 

A proposito di mercati che si "auto-regolamentano"... 

http://www.finance.gov.ie/documents/publications/reports/2011/nybergrepo...