By Kurt von Mettenheim, Olivier Butzbach
The new banking concern has introduced into query the company version utilized by so much huge banks. This selection of essays explores the good fortune of ‘alternative banks’ – reductions banks, cooperative banks and improvement banks, utilizing case stories from around the globe and dialogue of either the old and theoretical context of banking practices.
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The crowding out of cooperative banks and local savings banks appears to have occurred, but on a lower scale because the Prussian savings bank association vetoed legislation to create an official postal savings bank in 1885 and 1905. 36 By 1906 members in official credit cooperatives surpassed 1 million, while the number of members in Schulze-Delitzsch credit cooperatives remained below 600,000. However, the value of deposits held by Schulze-Delitzsch credit cooperatives grew to over 180 million marks by 1906, far more than the 20 million 24 Alternative Banking and Financial Crisis marks held in official cooperatives, with similar trends for credit provided by these institutions.
For example, the number of members in the Netherlands Rabobank had declined by half from a peak of 1,000,000 in 1980 to near 500,000 by 2000. However, from 2000–10 Rabobank membership increased to over 1,600,000. 32 Alternative Banking and Financial Crisis Booming capital markets during the mid-2000s once again pressured cooperative banks by attracting members and clients away to more lucrative accounts and investment funds offered by commercial and investment banks. However, once again the 2008 crisis reversed this trend and produced another return to basic banking.
These four theoretical approaches control for alternative explanations to reinforce the core arguments presented in this volume. The history of alternative banking reveals a wealth of evidence about how these institutions served as agents for social inclusion, acquired competitive advantages, and provided policy options for local, regional and national governments. Experiences of capture and mismanagement clarify these characteristics as social constructions subject to reversal rather than prove that privatization or demutualization is required.
Alternative Banking and Financial Crisis by Kurt von Mettenheim, Olivier Butzbach