The Reprivatization of Banking in Mexico
This chapter examines the reprivatized banking system in Mexico. The system is an innovative approach to the design of financial institutions within a legal and regulatory framework that balances the advantages of relationship banking with the prevention of abuse of financial institutions by corporations. This new system will enable Mexico to develop two-way functions of shared finance, monitoring, control, and intervention that will improve the competitiveness of its economy in an increasingly open international trading and financial system.
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