In this work we assess the potential of reverse mortgages as an alternative income stream in retirement. Our work focuses on Mexico
Author(s): Carmen del Hoyo and David Tuesta
Keywords: reverse mortgage, pensions, defined contribution.
JEL Code: G23, J32, G22, D14, G21Abstract
The Mexican banking sector experienced a process of liberalization which aimed towards increasing the level of competition and efficiency
Author(s): Sara G. Castellanos and Jesús G. Garza-García
Keywords: Panel Data, Bank Competition, Mexican Banking Sector, Boone Indicator.
JEL Code: D4, G15, G21, L11, N2Abstract
The crisis has led to increased financial fragmentation and revealed the link between sovereign and national banking risks, whose persistence over time would be incompatible with the euro.
Author(s): Jorge Sicilia, Santiago Fernández de Lis and Ana Rubio
Keywords: banking union, Europe, supervision, fragmentation.
JEL Code: F330, F340, F360, G180, G210Abstract
We survey a number of papers that have focused on the construction of cross-country data sets on average years of schooling
Author(s): Angel de la Fuente y Rafael Doménech
Keywords: human capital, growth, measurement error.
JEL Code: O40, I20, O30, C19Abstract
The regulatory framework for financial services via mobile devices in Peru is in its infancy
Author(s): Javier Alonso, Santiago Fernández de Lis, Carlos López-Moctezuma, Rosario Sánchez and David Tuesta
Keywords: Financial inclusion, mobile banking, bancarization, banking penetration.
JEL Code: G21, O16Abstract
This paper measures fragmentation in four European financial markets and develops a new measure of global fragmentation using these markets as inputs
Author(s): María Abascal, Tatiana Alonso and Sergio Mayordomo
Keywords: Eurozone, financial fragmentation, Interbank market, Banking Union.
JEL Code: G15, G18, F36Abstract
This paper focuses on the main global regulatory trends affecting IP, , either directly from its own regulation or indirectly from changes in the banking sector regulation and strategies
Author(s): Javier Alonso, Tatiana Alonso, Santiago Fernández de Lis, Cristina Rohde and David Tuesta
Keywords: : Basel III, Solvency II, Regulation, Insurance, Pensions, Banking.
JEL Code: G18, G28, G38Abstract
The low levels of banking penetration present the challenge of increasing the range of financial services through the use of technological advances.
Author(s): Javier Alonso, Santiago Fernández de Lis, Carmen Hoyo, Carlos López-Moctezuma and David Tuesta
Keywords: Financial inclusion, mobile banking, banking penetration.
JEL Code: G21, O16Abstract
This paper analyzes empirically the determinants behind the choice of countries signing an RMB-denominated Bilateral Swap Agreement (BSA) with China
Author(s): Alicia Garcia-Herrero and Le Xia
Keywords: RMB Internationalization, Bilateral Swap Agreements.
JEL Code: F33, F36, F42Abstract
Analysis of the main characteristics of the mortgage markets regulation in developed countries, trying to extract implications in terms of the resilience of the different systems during this crisis
Author(s): Santiago Fernández de Lis, Saifeddine Chaibi, Jose Félix Izquierdo, Félix Lores, Ana Rubio and Jaime Zurita
Keywords: mortgage, regulation, developed countries, loan-to-value, responsible lending, tax, covered bonds.
JEL Code: G210, R210, R310, E620Abstract
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