Financial Institutions Management: A Risk Management Approach9th Edition
- The central theme is that the risks faced by financial institutions managers and the methods and markets through which these risks are managed are becoming increasingly similar whether an institution is chartered as a commercial bank, a savings bank, an investment bank, or an insurance company.
- Although the traditional nature of each sector's product activity is analyzed, a greater emphasis is placed on new areas of activities such as asset securitization, off-balance-sheet banking, and international banking.
Part I Introduction
1 Why Are Financial Institutions Special?
2 Financial Services: Depository Institutions
3 Financial Services: Finance Companies
4 Financial Services: Securities Brokerage and Investment Banking
5 Financial Services: Mutual Funds and Hedge Funds
6 Financial Services: Insurance
7 Risks of Financial Institutions
Part II Measuring Risk
8 Interest Rate Risk I
9 Interest Rate Risk II
10 Credit Risk: Individual Loan Risk
11 Credit Risk: Loan Portfolio and Concentration Risk
12 Liquidity Risk
13 Foreign Exchange Risk
14 Sovereign Risk
15 Market Risk
16 Off-Balance-Sheet Risk)
17 Technology and Other Operational Risks
Part III Managing Risk
18 Liability and Liquidity Management
19 Deposit Insurance and Other Liability Guarantees
20 Capital Adequacy
21 Product and Geographic Expansion
22 Futures and Forwards
23 Options, Caps, Floors, and Collars
25 Loan Sales
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