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The Czech National Bank - legal status and activities
Konečný, Jiří ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Karfík, Zdeněk (referee)
CZECH NATIONAL BANK - LEGAL STATUS AND CONTENT OF ATIVITIES Diploma paper First chapter is called The Introduction. This chapter describes the filling of my diploma paper. There is also short outline of tranformation from statism to free economy in our history. This transformation affects our banking system significantly. Second chapter defines what the banking system is. It consists of banking institutions and relations between these institutions. That`s why the banking system has two components - institutional component and functional component. Institutional component of banking system implies every single bank. Functional component of banking system comprises arrangement of all relations between banking institutions. It is proper to make differences among single stage, two stage and three stage banking systems. Central bank has different position and legal powers in each of these systems. There is short mention about czech banking system too. Third chapter is called The Beginning and Development of Central banks. This chapter describes main reasons, that causes establishing Central banks in market oriented economies. Central banks were established later than trading banks and in some states they were even transformed from trading banks. Part of this chapter is also the development of Central bank in our...
Relationship between the central bank and commercial bank
Pastorčák, Jan ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Karfíková, Marie (referee)
Relations of Central bank to Commercial banks The purpose of my thesis is to analyse relations among central bank and commercial banks in current view with emphasising on situation in the Czech Republic. This analysis is a critical appraisal of issues in relation to current legislation, and last but not least also the planned changes, which are currently under discussion. The thesis is divided into five chapters with introduction and abstract. Chapter One is introductory and defines basic terminology used in the thesis like banking system, central bank and commercial banks. This chapter is subdivided into four parts. Part One describes central bank and banking system. Part Two describes central bank, its position, activity and tools. Part Third is focused on commercial banks. Final part deals with trends in the development of the banking sector. Chapter Two characterises subjects of banking system in the Czech Republic and is divided into two parts. Part One outlines organizational structure of the CNB and its main functions. Part Two outlines organizational structure of commercials banks in the Czech Republic. Chapter Three concentrates on banking regulation and supervision and its division. Part One analyzes arguments for and against bank regulation. Part Two is focused on banking regulation and...
Relationship between the central bank and commercial banks
Haasová, Eva ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
Relations of the Central bank to Commercial banks This thesis deals with the relations among the central bank and commercial banks laying emphasize on the situation in the Czech Republic. The aim of this thesis is to characterize and analyze relations among the Czech National Bank and commercial banks, to evaluate them and suggest possible legislative improvements to strengthen the stability of banking institutions and thus the entire economy. In the beginning of the thesis the basic terms are defined. Then the types of relations among the central bank and commercial banks are described. The thesis is due to the wide number of emerging relations among the central bank and commercial banks focused mainly on relations associated with entrance into the banking sector, on the proper functioning of banks and on the relations associated with their extinction. The main part of the thesis is logically divided into another three parts. The first part describes the mechanism of granting banking licenses and the possibility of foreign institutions's establishment in the Czech banking market. Huge attention is dedicated to the unique bank license concept. In the second part there are described the most important conditions that are necessary for the banking sector to run properly. Most of this section is...
State supervision over financial activities
Michalec, Filip ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Karfíková, Marie (referee)
State supervision of financial activities I have chosen this topic because financial supervision plays a very important role as it ensures stability of financial markets and thereby helps to stabilize national economies. Contemporary legislation in the area of financial supervision is undergoing major changes in order to reflect devastating impact of the financial crisis. Therefore it is substantial to analyze this legislation because its effect on financial law can be significant. The aim of this thesis is to analyze financial supervision and its different methods together with the proposed changes of financial supervision in the European Union. I have decided to concentrate on current and proposed legislation in the European Union because it will directly affect the Czech Republic as a member state. Chapters two and three explain the term financial supervision and major methods of financial supervision used in different countries. Chapter four analyzes legislative aspects of financial supervision in Czech Republic and its major current objectives. Legal status of the Czech National Bank as an integrated financial supervisor is also assessed in this chapter. Different types of financial supervision are then compared in chapter five. No financial supervision method is preferred because I believe...
Financial market supervision
Balvínová, Helena ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee) ; Dřevínek, Karel (referee)
This thesis deals with supervision over the financial market and its legal framework. I chose the topic because I have always been interested in the issue concerning the financial market. This thesis enables readers to get familiarized with the current situation of the financial market supervision in the Czech Republic, European Union and three member states of European Union, i.e. United Kingdom, France and Slovakia. The Chapter One is an introduction to the theme. The second chapter deals with the basic terms used in the thesis as financial market, supervision, inspection etc. It is a theoretical part of the thesis. The third chapter examines relevant legislation of the European Union and it is dedicated to the EU financial supervision. A new structure for EU financial supervision was agreed in 2010 following the adoption of the de Larosière report in November 2008. At the beginning of 2011 the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) and three European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) were established. The purpose of the new structure is to ensure effective surveilance of the EU financial market. The ESRB is responsible for monitoring and assessing potential threats to the stability of the financial system. It can issue risk warnings when necessary, and can make recommendations for remedial action,...

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