Management of Banking and Financial Services
Management of Banking and Financial Services 4/e, provides a thorough
landscape of the banking and financial services in the country. The book
addresses the issues of rapid globalization, competition nurtured by
customer awareness, threat of security invasion and fraud in an era of
technology savvy world, demands for transparency and the regulator's
overdrive to capital efficiency or asset quality.
It has updated chapters on credit risk management, solvency, interest rate
volatility and adequate liquidity which should be measured and managed.
All the chapters have been rigorously updated.
Table of Content
Managing Banking and Financial Services—Current Issues and Future Challenges
Monetary Policy—Implications for Bank Management
Banks' Financial Statements
Sources of Bank Funds
Uses of Bank Funds—The Lending Function
Banks in India—Credit Delivery and Legal Aspects of Lending
Credit Monitoring, Sickness and Rehabilitation
Managing Credit Risk— An Overview
Managing Credit Risk— Advanced Topics
Managing Market Risk—Banks' Investment Portfolio
Capital—Risk, Regulation and Adequacy
Managing Interest Rate and Liquidity Risks
Banking Functions, Retail Banking and Laws in Everyday Banking
Banking System—Services and Innovations
International Banking—Foreign Exchange and Trade Finance
High-Tech Banking—E-Payment Systems and Electronic Banking
Understanding Financial Services
Mutual Funds, Securities Trading, Universal Banking and Credit Rating
Cash Management and Demand Forecasting in ATMs
Mergers and Acquisitions in the Banking Sector
Innovations in Products and Services— Cases of Three Banks
Innovations in Products and Services in Banking—Cases of Public and Private Sector Banks
Chapters related to banking, where many reforms have been carried
out, has been substantially updated and revised to include monetary
policies, sources of bank funds, counter cyclical buffer, credit
appraisal, demonetization and many more.
2. The questions at the end of each chapters range from simple
objective type questions to numerical problems to facilitate a better
understanding of the concepts.
3. New topics have been included for possible research such as Peer to
Peer (P2P) Lending, HDFC borrows through Masala Funds, European
Central Bank's decision to bailout Greece, RBI's Liabilities and Assets,
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Kingfisher Airlines etc.
4. The book is divided into six parts. Each part delves into the
environment of banking and financial services, banking structure,
sources and uses of bank funds, risk management in banks, cash
management and consolidation of the financial sector through
mergers and acquisitions