Modern banking / Shelagh Heffernan.

  • 2nd ed.
  • Chichester, West Sussex, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons c2005
Physical description
1 online resource (738 p.)
  • 1-280-27481-6
  • 9786610274819
  • 0-470-02004-0
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [653]-681) and index.
  • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. UK : MyiLibrary, 2010 Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to MIL affiliated libraries.
  • English
  • Modern Banking; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; PREFACE; CHAPTER 1 What are Banks and What Do They Do?; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The Meaning of Banking; 1.3 Organisational Structures; 1.4 Banking Structures; 1.5 Financial Conglomerates; 1.6 Central Banking; 1.7 Summary: Why are Banks Special?; 1.8 Conclusion; CHAPTER 2 Diversification of Banking Activities; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Expansion of Banks into Non-banking Financial Services; 2.3 The Effect of Non-interest Income on Banks' Total Income; 2.4 Global Markets and Centres; 2.5 International Banking
  • 2.6 Banking Issues in the 21st Century2.7 Conclusion; CHAPTER 3 Management of Risks in Banking; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Key Financial Risks in the 21st Century; 3.3 Approaches to the Management of Financial Risks; 3.4 Financial Derivatives and Risk Management; 3.5 Management of Market Risk; 3.6 Management of Credit Risk; 3.7 Risk Management by Major Global Bank; 3.8 Conclusion; CHAPTER 4 Global Regulation of Banks; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Why Regulate?; 4.3 International Regulation; 4.4 Basel 2 - The Three Pillar Approach; 4.5 Alternative or Complementary Approaches to Basel
  • 4.6 International Financial Architecture4.7 Conclusion; CHAPTER 5 Bank Structure and Regulation: UK, USA, Japan, EU; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Bank Structure and Regulation in the UK; 5.3 Bank Structure and Regulation in the USA; 5.4 Bank Structure and Regulation in Japan; 5.5 Bank Structure and Regulation in the EU; 5.6 Conclusions: Structure and Regulation of Banks; CHAPTER 6 Banking in Emerging Economies; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Financial Repression and Evolving Financial Systems; 6.3 Banking Reforms in Russia, China and India; 6.4 Islamic Banking; 6.5 Sovereign and Political Risk Analysis
  • 6.6 ConclusionCHAPTER 7 Bank Failures; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Bank Failure - Definitions; 7.3 Case Studies on Bank Failure; 7.4 The Determinants of Bank Failure: A Qualitative Review; 7.5 Bank Failure: Quantitative Models; 7.6 Conclusion; CHAPTER 8 Financial Crises; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Definitions and Controversies; 8.3 The South East Asian Financial Crisis, 1997-99; 8.4 The Japanese Banking Crisis; 8.5 Scandinavian Banking Crises; 8.6 Long Term Capital Management (LTCM); 8.7 Lender of Last Resort; 8.8 Conclusions; Appendix 8.1 Japanese Financial Reforms (Big Bang, 1996)
  • Appendix 8.2 Reform of the RegulatorsCHAPTER 9 Competitive Issues in Banking; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Measuring Bank Output; 9.3 X-efficiency, Scale Economies and Scope Economies; 9.4 Empirical Models of Competition in Banking; 9.5 Consolidation in the Banking Sector; 9.6 Conclusion; CHAPTER 10 Case Studies; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 Goldman Sachs; Appendix; 10.3 Kidder Peabody Group; 10.4 From Sakura to Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group; 10.5 Bancomer: A Study of an Emerging Market Bank; 10.6 Crédit Lyonnais; 10.7 Continental Illinois Bank and Trust Company
  • 10.8 Bankers Trust: From a Commercial/Investment Bank to Takeover by Deutsche Bank
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  • Modern Banking focuses on the theory and practice of banking, and its prospects in the new millennium. The book is written for courses in banking and finance at Masters/MBA level, or undergraduate degrees specialising in this area. Bank practitioners wishing to deepen and broaden their understanding of banking issues may also be attracted to this book. While they often have exceptional and detailed knowledge of the areas they have worked in, busy bankers may be all too unaware of the key broader issues. Consider the fundamental questions: What is unique about a bank? and <

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