‘Bank Financial Management’ is a resourceful and comprehensive guidebook for banking professionals. Published in 2010, the book offers wide coverage to all the vital areas and concepts of banking through its meticulously designed set of modules. Divided in four modules, the book addresses topics like Balance Sheet Management, International Banking, Risk Management and Treasury Management sectors. Each topic is further divided into different concept and explained with theory and examples. All the four topics of the book cover prime area of focus. Risk Management section educates about Risks, Risk in Banking Business, Regulations in Banking Industry, Market Risk, Credit Risk and various other aspects of field.
This book helps readers to familiarize with the concept of International Banking, while learning about Forex Business, Exchange Rates, Basics of Forex Derivatives, Correspondent Banking, NRI accounts and Role of ECGC, FEMA and FEDAI. Similarly, other sections, terminologies and concepts are explained in clear and detailed way. Written in simple and easy-to-understand language, this book is ideal for banking professionals, who want to get deeper understanding of banking industry.
About the author:
Indian Institute of Banking and Finance is a professional institution of banks, financial institutions and their respective employees. It has been into existence for the last 80 years and has since been gratifying qualifications relating to banking and finance. Such qualifications comprise of CAIIB, JAIIB as well as certificates and diplomas in other specialized areas. Distance learning program of the Institute encompasses Publishing of explicit course material separately for every paper/examination, Publishing of professional books, Conducting tutorials through recognized institutions, Organizing contact sessions, Carrying out virtual classes, Offering e-learning gateway and arranging campus trainings for specialized courses. The Institute has collaborated with Macmillan Publishers for this book.
Bank Financial Management