Competition and Convergence in Financial Markets: The German and Anglo-American Models

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As Europe prepares for the introduction of a common currency, financial market players are moving to adapt to a new environment in which financial markets and institutions will be much more open to cross-border competition. Two different financial systems are responding to the challenges of more competition: the more institution-oriented German-style and the more market-oriented Anglo-American style. Each type of financial system offers its own strengths and weaknesses. The German system is noted for fostering a long-term ...

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