Bank Management: Text and Cases

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Divided into four sections it begins with an introduction to bank management, followed by an examination of basic asset, liability and capital management decisions. Part three covers the lending function of commercial banks detailing such topics as credit analysis, loan pricing and structuring a loan. Lastly, it emphasizes integrative management techniques including a description of the use of new financial products and methods of pricing in bank management. Features 27, ...
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Overview

Divided into four sections it begins with an introduction to bank management, followed by an examination of basic asset, liability and capital management decisions. Part three covers the lending function of commercial banks detailing such topics as credit analysis, loan pricing and structuring a loan. Lastly, it emphasizes integrative management techniques including a description of the use of new financial products and methods of pricing in bank management. Features 27, up-to-date cases.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471821472
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/28/1986
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 724

Table of Contents

Pt. 1 Introduction to Bank Management 1
1 The Changing Nature of Bank Management 3
2 Understanding a Bank's Financial Statements 38
3 A Model for Measuring Returns and Risks in Banking 57
4 Evaluation of a Bank's Performance 75
Pt. 2 Basic Asset, Liability, and Capital Decisions 143
5 Measuring and Providing Reserves and Liquidity 145
6 Managing the Security Portfolio 177
7 Trends in the Acquisition and Cost of Bank Funds 226
8 Capital Planning, Adequacy, and Generation 260
9 Capital Acquisition and Management 287
Pt. 3 Managing the Loan Portfolio 367
10 The Bank Credit Organization 369
11 Lending Principles and the Business Borrower 396
12 Commercial Lending 426
13 Consumer Lending 457
14 Special Markets for Bank Loans 488
Pt. 4 Integrative Bank Financial Decisions 573
15 Interest Margin and Sensitivity Management 575
16 Advanced Alternatives for Measuring and Managing Interest Rate Risk 595
17 Innovations in Products and Pricing 617
18 Bank Mergers and Acquisitions 659
19 International Banking 681
20 Long-Range Planning for Future Performance 701
Appendix: Bank President Simulation 817
Index 859
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