Remarks on economic, supervisory, and regulatory issues facing foreign banks operating in the United States
Remarks before the Comptroller of the Currency Conference on "Foreign Banks in the United States: Economic, Supervisory, and Regulatory Issues," Washington, D.C., July 13, 1995.
Difficult times for Japanese agencies and branches
International banking, risk, and U.S. regulatory policies
Expanding bank powers: international perspectives
Foreign banks, profits and commercial credit extension in the United States
This paper simultaneously models the determinants of foreign bank profitability and commercial credit extension in the United States between 11987 and 1991. Overall, the results indicate that supply-side factors such as capital strength, commercial and industrial loan growth, and assets composition were important factors in determining foreign banks' return-on-assets in the period under study. Capital strength stands out as being the most important factor influencing foreign bank return on shareholders equity. U.S. demand also appeared to be important in determining foreign bank performance ...
Foreign Bank Act
NAFTA and U.S. banking