In a national financial market, the degree to which supervisory regulations are clearly described in legal terms and applied objectively, objectively and quickly. – Empirical evidence shows that in the course of the internationalization of banks, branches are set up only in those countries that have a transparent banking supervision system. – See alliances, cross-border, supervisory, fragmentation, supervisory, regulatory mania, straitjacking, overregulation. – Cf. Deutsche Bundesbank Monthly Report, January 2005, pp. 38 f. (regarding the relevant business policies of German banks).
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