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Modern Banking focuses on the theory and practice ofbanking, and its prospects in the new millennium. The book iswritten for courses in banking and finance at Masters/MBA level, orundergraduate degrees specialising in this area. Bank practitionerswishing to deepen and broaden their understanding of banking issuesmay also be attracted to this book. While they often haveexceptional and detailed knowledge of the areas they have workedin, busy bankers may be all too unaware of the key broader issues.Consider the fundamental questions: What is unique about abank? and What differentiates it from…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Modern Banking focuses on the theory and practice ofbanking, and its prospects in the new millennium. The book iswritten for courses in banking and finance at Masters/MBA level, orundergraduate degrees specialising in this area. Bank practitionerswishing to deepen and broaden their understanding of banking issuesmay also be attracted to this book. While they often haveexceptional and detailed knowledge of the areas they have workedin, busy bankers may be all too unaware of the key broader issues.Consider the fundamental questions: What is unique about abank? and What differentiates it from other financialinstitutions? Answering these questions begins to show howbanks should evolve and adapt - or fail. If bankers know theunderlying reasons for why profitable banks exist, it willhelp them to devise strategies for sustained growth. Modern Banking concludes with a set of casestudies that give practical insight into the key issues covered inthe book: * The core banking functions * Different types of banks and diversification of bankactivities * Risk management: issues and techniques * Global regulation: Basel 1 and Basel 2. * Bank regulation in the UK, US, EU, and Japan * Banking in emerging markets * Bank failure and financial crises * Competitive issues, from cost efficiency to mergers andacquisitions * Case Studies including: Goldman Sachs, Bankers Trust/DeutscheBank, Sumitomo Mitsui, Bancomer

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 736
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. Mai 2005
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470020043
  • Artikelnr.: 37289791
Autorenporträt
Professor Shelagh Heffernan is currently Professor ofBanking and Finance at Cass Business School, City University,London and has been a visiting Professor at several universities.Modern Banking is her fourth book. A former Commonwealth Scholar at Oxford University, ProfessorHeffernan is also a past beneficiary of a Leverhulme Trust ResearchAward, which funded new research on competition in banking, andrecently received a second award from the Leverhulme Trust. Shepublishes in top academic journals - her paper, 'How do UKInstitutions Really Price their Banking Products?'(Journal of Banking and Finance) was chosen as one of thetop 50 published articles by Emerald Management Review. Current research includes: SMEs and banking services, theconversion of mutuals to bank stock firms, monetary policy and passthrough (funded by an ESRC grant), and M&As in banking.Professor Heffernan is an Associate Member of the Higher EducationAcademy and has received two Distinguished Teaching and Learningawards.
Inhaltsangabe
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 Century. 2.7 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 Architecture. 4.7 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 Conclusion. CHAPTER 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 Regulators. CHAPTER 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 Credit Lyonnais. 10.7 Continental Illinois Bank and Trust Company. 10.8 Bankers Trust: From a Commercial/Investment Bank to Takeover by Deutsche Bank. REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY. INDEX.