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Banking and financial institutions : a guide for directors, investors, and counterparties / Benton E. Gup.

By: Gup, Benton E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2011Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 357 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118266663; 1118266668; 9781118087435; 1118087437; 9781118087480; 1118087488; 9781118087442; 1118087445.Subject(s): Banks and banking -- United States | Financial institutions -- United States | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Banks & Banking | Banks and banking | Financial institutions | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Banking and financial institutions.DDC classification: 332.10973 Other classification: BUS027000 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Chapter 1. Lessons learned from banking crises -- Chapter 2. The economic role of financial intermediaries -- Chapter 3. The evolving legal environment -- Chapter 4. Asset/liability management -- Chapter 5. Hedging and risk management -- Chapter 6. Commercial and industrial loans -- Chapter 7. Real estate and consumer lending -- Chapter 8. Bank capital: capital adequacy -- Chapter 9. Evaluating bank performance -- Chapter 10. Payments systems -- Chapter 11. Other financial services -- Chapter 12. A guide to Islamic banking -- Chapter 13. The view from the top: recommendations from a superintendent of banks.
Summary: "This book is a breakdown of the structure of banks and how they work for investors and prospective borrowers. Analyzing bank financial statements, such as Uniform Bank Performance Report (UPBRs), requires considerable knowledge of bank operations. Borrowers and other bank customers should need this knowledge of banking in order to facilitate their borrowing/lending process and the pricing of the products that they use. Banking products include traditional loans and deposits, as well as stock brokerage and investments, insurance, payment systems services, wealth management, and other services related to finance are also part of banking and need to be understood in its entirety for efficient bank work flow"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"This book is a breakdown of the structure of banks and how they work for investors and prospective borrowers. Analyzing bank financial statements, such as Uniform Bank Performance Report (UPBRs), requires considerable knowledge of bank operations. Borrowers and other bank customers should need this knowledge of banking in order to facilitate their borrowing/lending process and the pricing of the products that they use. Banking products include traditional loans and deposits, as well as stock brokerage and investments, insurance, payment systems services, wealth management, and other services related to finance are also part of banking and need to be understood in its entirety for efficient bank work flow"-- Provided by publisher.

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Chapter 1. Lessons learned from banking crises -- Chapter 2. The economic role of financial intermediaries -- Chapter 3. The evolving legal environment -- Chapter 4. Asset/liability management -- Chapter 5. Hedging and risk management -- Chapter 6. Commercial and industrial loans -- Chapter 7. Real estate and consumer lending -- Chapter 8. Bank capital: capital adequacy -- Chapter 9. Evaluating bank performance -- Chapter 10. Payments systems -- Chapter 11. Other financial services -- Chapter 12. A guide to Islamic banking -- Chapter 13. The view from the top: recommendations from a superintendent of banks.

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