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Competition and concentration in the EU banking industry

J. A. Bikker

Competition and concentration in the EU banking industry

by J. A. Bikker

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Published by De Nederlandsche Bank NV in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJ.A. Bikker and J.M. Groeneveld.
SeriesDNB staff reports -- no.26
ContributionsGroeneveld, H. J.
The Physical Object
Pagination31p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18574793M

  – The purpose of this paper is to assess the outcome of European Union (EU) deregulation and competition policies on the competitive conditions of the main EU banking markets., – After a review of deregulation and competitition policies in the EU banking industry, the degree of competition in the largest five EU banking markets using is tessted both structural (concentration Cited by:   Bank Competition, Concentration and Efficiency in the Single European Market and non-structural (Panzar-Rosse statistic) concentration measures. Using bank level balance sheet data for the major EU banking markets, in a period following the introduction of the Single Banking License (), this paper also investigates the factors that Cited by:

  This article analyzes both determinants of market structure and the intensity of price competition in the European Union (EU) banking industry. For this purpose, the first part of the article applies John Sutton's framework for empirically measuring the relationship between market size and market by: 3.   While the question of a eurozone-wide deposit protection plan remains mired in controversy, the European Union (EU) has made substantial progress in other aspects of its banking union project. The European Parliament’s recent revisions to the Capital Requirements Directive and Regulation (commonly known as CRD5 and CRR2) are considered to be.

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to assess the outcome of European Union (EU) deregulation and competition policies on the competitive conditions of the main EU banking markets. Design/methodology/approach - After a review of deregulation and competitition policies in the EU banking industry, the degree of competition in the largest five EU banking markets using is tessted .   We show that a high level of bank concentration does not necessarily imply a low level of competition and that competition measures such as the Boone indicator (Boone, The Economic Journal, (), –, ) and the H-statistic (Panzar and Rosse, The Journal of Industrial Economics, 35(4), –, ) might capture different Cited by: 2.


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Competition and Concentration in the EU Banking Industry This paper presents empirical evidence on the competitive structure in the banking industry in the EU as a whole as well as in individual EU countries.

Competition and Concentration in the EU Banking Industry. Jacob Bikker and J.M. Groeneveld. Research Series Supervision (discontinued) from Netherlands Central Bank, Directorate Supervision.

Abstract: This paper presents empirical evidence on the competitive structure in the banking industry in the EU as a whole as well as in individual EU countries. The study is based on a non-structural Cited by: Downloadable. Author(s): J.A. Bikker & J.M. Groeneveld. Abstract: This paper presents empirical evidence on the competitive structure in the banking industry in the EU as a whole as well as in individual EU countries.

The study is based on a non-structural estimation technique to evaluate the elasticity of total interest revenues with respect to changes in banks' input prices.

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We start with a concise overview of the most frequently used competition and concentration by: 2. competition in banking arising from both inside and outside banking industry,mainly from nonbank financial intermediaries, market-based finance and from the recent competitors emerging as fin-tech companies.

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The ongoing dramatic structural changes in the banking industry, particularly in Europe, may affect competition, especially on local markets and for bank’s retail services. This article sought to assess competitive conditions and concentration in the banking markets of as many as 23 industrialised countries inside and outside Europe over Cited by: Competition, Concentration and Stability in the Banking Sector The OECD Competition Committee held a roundtable discussion on Competition, Concentration and Stability in the Banking Sector in February This document includes an executive summary and the documents from the meeting: an analytical note by ElenaFile Size: 3MB.

processes in EU countries with vast implications for competition and concentration in the banking and financial sector: the enhanced competition has forced banks to look for a bigger size (in order to exploit potential economies of scale and/or scope) as well as better managerial.

the relationship between bank competition, concentration and efficiency to a cross-section of countries and by investigating the determinants of bank competition.

Specifically, we seek to analyse the role of bank efficiency in affecting the competitive conditions of the EU banking systems. Using bank-Cited by: Keywords: Competition, Concentration, Commercial Banks, Panzar and Rosse Model, Concentration Indices 1.

Introduction Understanding the level of competition and concentration in the banking industry is essential for banks in designing appropriate strategy and providing banking products and services to achieve competitive advantage. policies on the competitive conditions of the main EU banking markets.

Design/methodology/approach –After a review of deregulation and competitition policies in the EU banking industry, we test the degree of competition in the largest five EU banking markets using both structural (concentration ratios and Herfindahl-Hirshman.

Downloadable. Measures of concentration and competition are of vital importance for welfare-related public policy toward market structure and conduct in the banking industry. Theoretical characteristics of ten market concentration measures are discussed and. Measures of Competition and Concentration in the Banking Industry: a Review of the Literature Jacob A.

Bikker and Katharina Haaf Central Bank of the Netherlands 1. Introduction. Downloadable! This paper measures the degree of concentration and competition in the enlarged European Union (EU) banking environment over the period – In the empirical part we opt for a methodology as proposed by Panzar and Rosse based on a non‐structural estimation of market competition.

Our results suggest that European banks were operating under conditions of .However, concentration measures are generally not good predictors of competition. The predictive accuracy of concentration measures on banking competition is challenged by the concept of market contestability.

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Abstract European Union (EU) countries have experienced significant deregulation affecting the banking industry, a process culminated in with the implementation of the Second Banking Coordination Directive.