Future of Banking / Edition 1

Future of Banking / Edition 1

by Henry Engler
     
 

ISBN-10: 0273650386

ISBN-13: 9780273650386

Pub. Date: 12/30/2000

Publisher: Pearson Education

Within the world of banking, customer's needs have not changed, nor has the basic nature of the banking services they require. However, the way banks meet these needs and the framework within which services are delivered, have altered beyond recognition in the last twenty years alone.

Banks have had to adapt to a host of new phenomena ranging from regulatory issues

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Overview

Within the world of banking, customer's needs have not changed, nor has the basic nature of the banking services they require. However, the way banks meet these needs and the framework within which services are delivered, have altered beyond recognition in the last twenty years alone.

Banks have had to adapt to a host of new phenomena ranging from regulatory issues, risk management and new technology to globalization, consolidation and branding.

The Future of Banking presents the opinions and predictions of the chief operators within the banking industry; the people dealing with these phenomena, and leading change.

At a time when the financial environment has never been more volatile, this book offers invaluable insight and interpretation from the most knowledgeable people in the business. It features interviews with each of these practititioners, and provides an analytical summary of the current and future trends and concerns highlighted by them.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780273650386
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
12/30/2000
Pages:
348
Product dimensions:
6.98(w) x 9.88(h) x 1.17(d)

Table of Contents

Prologue: the backgroundix
Part IAn overview
The interviews3
Consolidation15
Globalization22
The role of IT28
Information security32
Internet banking40
Risk50
Blurring of demarcation between financial functions58
Competition61
New entrants62
The euro63
Regulation64
Conclusion68
Part IIThe interviews
Sir John Bond (Chairman, HSB Holdings)75
Marshall Carter (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, State Street Corporation)87
Angel Corcostegui (Chief Executive, Banco Santander Central Hispano (BSCH))103
Andrew Crockett (Managing Director, BIS (Bank folSettlement))109
Howard Davies (Chairman, Financial Services Authority (FSA) UK)119
Roger Ferguson (Vice-Chairman, Federal Reserve Board)129
Richard Grasso (Chairman, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE))143
William B. Harrison, Jr (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chase Manhattan Corporation)149
Alex Rinnooy Kan (ING Board Member and Head of ING Asset Management)157
Henry Kaufman (President, Henry Kaufman & Company Inc.)163
David Komansky (Chief Executive and Chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.)171
Dick Kovacevich (Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company)179
David LI (Chairman, Bank of East Asia Limited)191
William McDonough (President, New York Federal Reserve)199
Richard Medley (Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Medley Global Advisors)215
Leo Melamed (Chairman Emeritus and Senior Policy Adviser, Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sakura Dellsher Inc.)219
Mank Paulson (Chief Executive, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.)237
Sir Brian Pitman (Chairman, Lloyds TSB)245
Robert Pozen (President and Chief Executive, Fidelity Management & Research Company)259
Alessandro Profumo (Chief Executive Officer, UniCredito Italiano)271
Carlo Salvatori (Chief Executive Officer, Banca Intesa)279
Dr Henning Schulte-Noelle (Chief Executive, Allianz)285
Katsuyuki Sugita (President and Chief Executive Officer, Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank Limited)293
Jacob Wallenberg (SEB)295
Ernst Welteke (President, Bundesbank)301
Peter Wuffli (Chief Executive Officer, UBS Brinson)309
Frank Zarb (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD))315

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