Banks as Multinationals (RLE Banking & Finance)
This comparative, international study looks at origins and business strategies of multinational banks. A distinguished team of bankers and academics from the United States, Japan, Europe and Australia survey the evolution of multinational banks over time and suggest a conceptual framework in which this development can be understood.
In-depth analyses of the multinational banking strategies of selected countries and institutions lead from early nineteenth century on to late twentieth century developments and future trends in investment banking. The approach is interdisciplinary, with economists and business historians joining together to confront theory with facts.
The findings presented in this major study will be of interest to scholars and professionals in international business, banking and finance, economists and business and economic historians.
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a theoretical perspective
3 Competitive advantages in British multinational banking since 1890
4 Paradise lost? British banks in Australia
5 Structural alternatives and constraints in the evolution of exchange banking
6 German banks abroad before 1914
ownership advantages in multinational banking
a multinational national bank?
9 Swiss international banking 18901950
10 Chinese business and banking in SouthEast Asia since 1870
a multinational in the Japanese interest 18791931
some evidence from their pre1914 history
history and prospects
14 US investment banks as multinationals