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Bank Risk Management in Developing Economies: Addressing the Unique Challenges of Domestic Banks provides an up-to-date resource on how domestically-based banks in emerging economies can provide financial services for all economic sectors while also contributing to national economic development policies. Because these types of bank are often exposed to risky sectors, they are usually set apart from foreign subsidiaries, and thus need risk models that foreign-based banks do not address. This book is the first to identify these needs, proposing solutions through the use of case studies and analyses that illustrate how developing economic banking crises are often rooted in managing composite risks. The book represents a departure from classical literature that focuses on assets, liabilities, and balance sheet management, by which developing economy banks, like their counterparts elsewhere, have not fared well. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals working on financial institutions in developing economies. Leonard Onyiriuba is a leading banker and author on banking. He started a career in banking in after a stint as a lecturer in the university.
Hennie van Greuning , Sonja Brajovic Bratanovic. This book focuses on risk-management principles and stresses that key players in the corporate governance process are accountable for managing the different dimensions of financial risk. This second edition remains faithful to the objectives of the original publication 'Analyzing Banking Risk'. A significant new addition is the inclusion of chapters on the management of the treasury function and management of a stable liquidity investment portfolio. New material also consists of a discussion of proprietary trading activities and asset management liability components. The approach used in this publication provides a framework for identifying the key players in the risk-management process and discussing their accountability for the various dimensions of the financial and other risk management processes. This classification does not mean that the
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Analyzing and managing banking risk: a framework for assessing corporate governance and financial risk / Hennie van Greuning, Sonja Brajovic Bratanovic.
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As investors tot up their losses from the financial crisis, many will be asking themselves, How did Wall Street mess up so badly? What went wrong with all those complicated models? Financial risk management is hard to get right even in the best of times. It can take one of six paths to failure, nearly all of them exemplified in the current crisis. Relying on historical data. A risk manager who assessed real estate risk on the basis of statistics from the past three decades would have been sorely unprepared for the volatility of house prices in Focusing on narrow measures.
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