The Bank Credit Analysis Handbook: A Guide for Analysts, Bankers and Investorsby Jonathan Golin, Philippe Delhaise
In this revised edition, Jonathan Golin and Philippe Delhaise expand on the role of bank credit analysts and the methodology of their practice. Offering investors and practitioners an insider's perspective on how rating agencies assign all-important credit ratings to banks, the/b>
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A hands-on guide to the theory and practice of bank credit analysis and ratings
In this revised edition, Jonathan Golin and Philippe Delhaise expand on the role of bank credit analysts and the methodology of their practice. Offering investors and practitioners an insider's perspective on how rating agencies assign all-important credit ratings to banks, the book is updated to reflect today's environment of increased oversight and demands for greater transparency. It includes international case studies of bank credit analysis, suggestions and insights for understanding and complying with the Basel Accords, techniques for reviewing asset quality on both quantitative and qualitative bases, explores the restructuring of distressed banks, and much more.
- Features charts, graphs, and spreadsheet illustrations to further explain topics discussed in the text
- Includes international case studies from North America, Asia, and Europe that offer readers a global perspective
- Offers coverage of the Basel Accords on Capital Adequacy and Liquidity and shares the authors' view that a bank could be compliant under those and other regulations without being creditworthy
A uniquely practical guide to bank credit analysis as it is currently practiced around the world, The Bank Credit Analysis Handbook, Second Edition is a must-have resource for equity analysts, credit analysts, and bankers, as well as wealth managers and investors.
Meet the Author
A graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School, Jonathan Golin is Vice President of Thomson BankWatch Asia in Hong Kong. Prior to joining BankWatch in 1997, Jonathan was affiliated to the Economist Intelligence Unit's Asian division.
Jonathan Golin was the editor and contributing author of Capital Flows Along the Mekong: A Guide to Investment in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar (1995) and has written numerous articles for the Asian Wall Street Journal and Vietnam Business Journal. He is a contributing author to the 1999 Chase Guide to Corporate Treasury.
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