By Kurt von Mettenheim, Olivier Butzbach
The new banking problem has introduced into query the company version utilized by such a lot huge banks. This selection of essays explores the good fortune of ‘alternative banks’ – reductions banks, cooperative banks and improvement banks, utilizing case stories from all over the world and dialogue of either the old and theoretical context of banking practices.
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Although at odds with concepts from market-based banking and private, shareholder-oriented corporate governance principles based on shareholders and separation of management from ownership, the evolution of basic categories of social banking reveal simple, stable and viable strategies of social banking that retain solid deposit bases (that reduce liquidity risk and funding costs) and shared wholesale operations that reduce costs for independent local and regional savings banks and cooperative banks.
24 Savings banks left a written record of founding ideas, social missions, organizational strategies, balance sheets and the social composition of clients. These institutions grew to obtain large market shares of banking in many European countries during the nineteenth century and remain central to social and political economy thereafter. 25 Similar plans in England also failed to materialize. Instead, the first savings bank in Northern Europe was founded in Brunswick (1765), while Hamburg created an administrative savings bank in 1778.
Comparative political economy analysis of advanced economies seems particularly amiss in ignoring the importance of alternative banking sectors as a fundamental difference between liberal- and coordinated-market economies. While mutual savings banks, savings trusts and cooperative banks were largely replaced by private banking in the UK and US, alternative banks retain large market shares in coordinated market economies and in many developing countries, especially the largest ones. These four theoretical approaches control for alternative explanations to reinforce the core arguments presented in this volume.