Banking Yearbook 2000

  • China

    By Koo and Partners Hong Kong & Beijing

  • Japan

    By Izuru Goto of Tanaka & Takahashi, Tokyo

  • Central and eastern Europe

    Introduction by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

  • Russia

    By Mira Davidovski and Brenda Horrigan of Salans Hertzfeld & Heilbronn, Paris and Moscow

  • European Union

    Introduction by the European Central Bank Foreword by Willem Duisenberg, President of the European Central Bank

  • Finland

    By Tom Schubert and Gunnar Westerlund of Roschier-Holmberg & Waselius, Helsinki

  • France

    Introduction by the Banque de France

  • France

    By Allen & Overy, Paris

  • Germany

    Introduction by the Deutsche Bundesbank

  • Germany

    By Dr Felix Klinger and Dr Carsten Kuhlmann of Ernst & Young, Frankfurt

  • Italy

    Introduction by Banca d'Italia

  • Italy

    Trading on-line and compliance with Italian investment services regulations By Susanna Beltramo and Stefano Agnoli of Studio Legale Beltramo, Rome

  • Portugal

    By Jorge Brito Pereira and Anabela Ferreira of AM Pereira, Sáragga Leal, Oliveira Martins, Júdice & Associados, Lisbon

  • Spain

    By Luis Alvarez de la Vega of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, Madrid

  • Turkey

    New era in Turkish banking industry By Özlem Oral, LLM, Birsel Law Offices, Istanbul

  • United Kingdom

    Introduction by the Bank of England By Eddie George, governor of the Bank of England

  • United Kingdom

    Goodbye to listing on the London Stock Exchange ?By Tim Morris of Clifford Chance, London

  • Canada

    By John G Myers of Smith Lyons, Toronto

  • United States

    US Federal Reserve Board: Humphey-Hawkins Report By Chairman Alan Greenspan of the US Federal Reserve Board

  • United States

    John E Shockey of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, New York and Washington, DC