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100 1  Alvarez, S.|q(Sebastián),|0
245 10 Mexican banks and foreign finance :|bfrom 
       internationalization to financial crisis, 1973-1982 /
       |cSebastian Alvarez. 
264  1 Cham :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c[2019] 
264  4 |c2019. 
300    1 online resource :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; 
       Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; 
       Introduction; Chapter 1 Euromarkets and Debt Crisis; 
       Mexico and the Global Crisis; Bank International Lending; 
       Latin American Banking Presence; Wholesale Interbank 
       Money; The Impact of the Crisis; Domestic Front; Chapter 2
       Mexican Banks Go Abroad; The Historical Context of Mexican
       Banking; The Financial Disintermediation Years; Bank 
       Finance and Development; The Decision to Internationalize;
       Mexican Consortium Banks; The Financial Fallout of 1976; 
       Chapter 3 Deeper into Foreign Finance 
505 8  The Recovery of Domestic BankingThe Role of Foreign 
       Funding; Agencies and Branches Overseas; Mexican Banks in 
       International Lending; Mounting External Banking Debt; 
       Banks Within the Macroeconomic Imbalances; Chapter 4 The 
       Condition of Mexican Banking; A Weakening Funding 
       Structure; Impoverished Capital and Greater Risks; 
       International Roots in Banking Fragility; Liquidity 
       Position and Funding Base; Loan Portfolio and Devaluation;
       Banks in the Stock Exchange; Chapter 5 International 
       Business Risks; Mexican International Banking Network; An 
       Interbank-Based Business Model 
505 8  Asset and Liabilities ImbalancesThe Impact of the 
       Moratorium; Dealing with Liquidity Strains; A Regulation 
       Loophole on International Banking; Chapter 6 Banks and 
       Debt Negotiations; The Mexican Agency Situation; Interbank
       Debt Within Renegotiations; The Agreement on the Interbank
       Lines; Excluded Debts; Direct Exposure to Sovereign Debt; 
       Mexico's International Negotiating Position; Conclusion; 
       Toward a New Understanding of the Crisis; A Novel 
       Perspective on Bank Nationalization; On the Reasons of 
       Debt Repayment and Renegotiation; Archival Sources; Banco 
       de Mexico; Bank of England 
505 8  Bank of International SettlementsFederal Reserve Bank of 
       New York; International Monetary Fund; Lloyds Bank; 
       Financial Press; Bibliography; Index 
520    This book is one of the first historical revisions of the 
       Latin American debt crisis of 1982, exploring recently 
       disclosed archival sources for a number of creditor and 
       debtor institutions. It fills a gap on the national and 
       international historiography on international finance in 
       the 1970s and the Latin American debt crisis of the 1980s.
       The domestic banking approach in revisiting the 1982 
       financial crisis is a main distinction of this work and 
       the consequences of the involvement of Mexican banks in 
       international finance a major contribution to the 
       literature. Beyond its thoroughly international approach, 
       the book addresses a broad array of disciplines: financial
       history, political economy, international relations and 
       business history. While the focus is on financial crisis, 
       its implications extend to current regulatory and 
       financial policy relative to crisis and non-crisis 
       matters. In addition to providing a template for 
       understanding other instances of financial crisis, the 
       book points the way to research in a wide range of 
       additional questions. These include the economic role of 
       foreign capital, the transmission of financial crisis, and
       the decision criteria of states during crises. It also 
       offers a strong example of the importance of politics in 
       resolving economic problems. Because of this, the book 
       will be of interest to historians, economists and 
       political scientists.--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Online resource ; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed
       May 22, 2019). 
650  0 Banks and banking|zMexico|0
       subjects/sh2007101837|xHistory|y20th century.|0http:// 
650  0 Debtor and creditor|0
       subjects/sh85036134|zLatin America|0
       authorities/subjects/sh85074879|xHistory|y20th century.
650  0 International finance|xHistory|y20th century.|0http:// 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 History.|2fast|0 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2019 -
       Full Set|c2019-08-07|yNew collection 
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