This course management of banking aims at providing an understanding of the recent banking crises as of the consequences on the new banking regulation and supervision environment. This is a very complex topic since banking and financial system greatly influences the state of the economy – as the slow economic recovery of the major industrial countries proves – and companies’ financing strategy.
Financial intermediation underwent through major changes over the past 30 years because of financial deregulation and globalization. Financial intermediaries were nationally-based and heavily protected by their government indirectly (anglo-saxon style) or directly (many Europeans banks were still state-owned until recently).
Despite deregulation and disintermediation financial institutions still represent a fair share of the economic activity, their traditional business having shifted over the years from loans provider to financial services providers that might have been at the root of the current crisis.
Nathalie Janson is Associate Professor of Economics at NEOMA Business School since 2001. She earned her PhD in Economics (2000) at the University of La Sorbonne, Paris. Her experience in teaching undergraduates, graduates and continuing education focuses in the following subject areas: Financial Intermediation, Management of Financial and Banking Institutions, Banking Regulation, Money and Banking.
She is also a consultant for AC Finance training on the job managers in banks on the implementation of Basel III. Professor Janson publishes in peer-reviewed journals on the question of regulation and monetary policy issues and has taken an active part in the debate on the Greek crisis and on unconventional monetary policy in the press and media since 2015.