ISBN13:978-0072975376 ISBN10: 0072975377 This edition has also been released as: ISBN13: 978-0072861631 ISBN10: 0072861630
Summary: New to This Edition
Expanded discussion of the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLB or Financial Services Modernization) and its impact on banking and financial services appears throughout the text. GLB has opened up new issues such as how to efficiently and effectively regulate combinations of large bank and nonbank businesses.
New emphasis on investment banking and security underwriting services,...show more one of the hottest topics in modern banking.
Ethics in Banking boxes explore the increasingly important field of ethics in banking and financial services and their moral implications.
Real Banks; Real Decisions boxes emphasize real world management actions and discuss actual problems banking and financial-service managers have been forced to deal with and how their decisions have worked out in practice.
New Real Numbers for Real Banks project assignments offers the student an opportunity to use data collected from websites, especially the FDIC's, in Excel applications to explore how real banks have addressed the issues presented in each chapter. The assignments in the first five chapters provide the foundation for an ongoing project that gradually unfolds as new chapters are encountered.
New Standard & Poor's Educational Version of Market Insight problems found at the end of chapter provide short assignments encouraging students to gather up-to-date information about some of the largest financial firms in the world and the industries in which they operate. This information is used to draw conclusions and illustrate concepts.
New E-banking and E-commerce boxes discuss what banks and their closest competitors have accomplished in the electronic field and the benefits and costs of this rapidly unfolding movement. Their production costs and risks are discussed, along with new information on web-based banks.
New appendix on the use of the financial calculator is found at the back of the text, illustrating how to calculate the time value of money (TVM), present and future values of cash flows (PV and FV), and the annual percentage rate (APR) on a loan. These basic calculator routines will assist the reader in solving numerous problems that appear throughout the text.
New Co-Author Sylvia C. Hudgins has enhanced the financial services orientation of Bank Management and Financial Services. She has also created many new practical problems to solve and discuss in class.
New Title Bank Management and Financial Services, formerly Commercial Bank Management for five editions, captures the changes in this industry where it is now impossible to focus solely on commercial banking.
Edition/Copyright:6TH 05 Cover: Hardcover Publisher:Richard D. Irwin, Inc. Published: 03/28/2004 International: No
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Introduction to the Business of Banking and Financial-Services Management
1. An Overview of Banks and the Financial-Services Sector 2. The Impact of Government Policy and Regulation on Banking and the Financial-Services Industry 3. The Organization and Structure of Banking and the Financial-Services Industry 4. The Financial Statements of banks and Some of Their Closest Competitors 5. Measuring and Evaluating the Performance of banks and Their Principle Competitors
Asset-Liability Management Techniques and Hedging against Interest-Rate Risk and Credit Risk
6. Asset-Liability Management:Determining and Measuring Interest Rates and Controlling Interest-Sensitive and Duration Gaps 7. Using Financial Futures,Options,Swaps,and Other Hedging Tools in Asset-Liability Management 8. Asset-Backed Securities, Loan Sales, Credit Standbys,and Credit Derivatives: Important Risk-Management Tools for Banks and Competing Financial-Service Firms
Managing the Investment Portfolios and Liquidity Positions of Banks and Similar Financial Firms
9. The Investment Function in Banking and Financial Services 10. Liquidity and Reserve Management:Strategies and Policies
Managing the Sources of Funds for Banks and Their Closest Competitors
11. Managing and Pricing Deposit Services 12. Managing Nondeposit Liabilities and Other Sources of Borrowed Funds 13. Sources of Fee Income: Investment Banking, Security Trading, Insurance, Trust, and Other Revenue-Producing Services 14. The Management of Capital
Providing Loans to Businesses and Consumers
15. Lending Policies and Procedures 16. Lending to Business Firms and Pricing Business Loans 17. Consumer Loans, Credit Cards, and Real Estate Lending
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