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About the Book :Emphasizing risk management, this book provides a comprehensive, practical introduction to bank management. The book provides information about what banks are, the functions they perform, and the major laws that have shaped our financial structure in the past and in the future. It also includes chapters on factors that affect the value of a bank and techniques for managing that value including the use of financial derivatives. The principal lending activities to businesses and individuals are also discussed, followed by a detailed look at bank capital and bank liabilities.Interesting Facts :The book has up-to-date coverage of latest banking developments including expanded coverage of GLB Act and Basle Capital AccordProblems and examples are used whenever possible to illustrate bank management concepts. Readers gain hands-on experience through these realistic problems and situationsBoxed features highlight the risk management theme and focus on techniques, companies, and situations that illustrate important conceptsContents :PrefaceAcknowledgementsPart I IntroductionFunctions and Forms of BankingThe Bank Regulatory EnvironmentEvaluating Bank PerformancePart II Asset/Liability ManagementBank ValuationAn Overview of Asset/Liability Management (ALM)Techniques of Asset/Liability Management: Futures, Options, and SwapsPart III Investment, Lending, And Liquidity ManagementInvestment ManagementCredit Evaluation ProcessCommercial and Industrial LendingReal Estate and Consumer LendingLiquidity ManagementPart IV Capital, Liabilities, And Off-Bal-Balance Sheet ManagementCapital ManagementLiabilities ManagementOff-Balance-Sheet ActivitiesPart V Domestic And International Financial Services Securities, Investment, and Insurance ServicesOther Financial ServicesElectronic BankingGlobal Financial ServicesGlossaryIndex

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