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Financial institutions in distress : causes and remedies (English)

This paper examines the phenomenon of financial distress that has taken on worldwidedimensions in the late 1970s and in the 1980s. It traces the causes back to external and internalshocks that affected developing countries during that period and to management problems. Itfurther outltnes various options and steps leading to a restructuring of distressed financialinstitutions. The macroeconomic and sectoral prerequisites conducive to financial restructuringare also examined.

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  • Author

    Popiel,Paul A.

  • Document Date

    1987/02/09

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    110179

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/05/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Financial institutions in distress : causes and remedies

  • Keywords

    conversion of debt to equity;financial distress;revolving line of credit;negative real interest rate;lender of last resort;short period of time;real rate of interest;debt to equity conversion;asset and liability management;capital market development;saving and loan association;deregulation of interest rate;early warning;terms of trade;Letter of Credit;number of banks;liquidity measure;banking system;misallocation of resources;financial safety net;conflicts of interest;variable interest rate;deposit insurance scheme;distressed financial institution;guarantees on security;corporate debtor;financial restructuring;adjustment of price;net present value;real deposit rates;accrual of income;case of fraud;Superintendency of Banks;flow of fund;international bank lending;distribution of dividend;oil commodity price;legal reserve requirement;money market instrument;cost of fund;source of funding;lines of credit;liberal economic policies;interest loan;international capital market;debt service obligation;domestic interest rate;interest rate swap;preferential exchange rate;nominal interest rate;adjustable rate mortgage;sound financial institution;floating rate loan;financial system regulation;interest rate deregulation;domestic banking sector;majority of insolvency;floating rate note;certificate of deposit;sources of fund;flexible interest rate;availability of credit;claims of creditor;rate of growth;securitization of asset;gross domestic product;current account deficit;form of bailout;overvalued exchange rate;international financial system;short-term debt instrument;fixed rate loan;commercial bank lending;transfer of resource;Leaving the Bank;foreign exchange rate;profitability measure;financial asset;financial situation;real asset;

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Citation

Popiel,Paul A.

Financial institutions in distress : causes and remedies (English). Economic Development Institute (EDI) working paper Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/787731538250817580/Financial-institutions-in-distress-causes-and-remedies