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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.
- Contains fifty cases that reinforce risk management best practices
- Provides a consistent chapter format that includes abstract, keywords, learning focus, and outcomes
- Summaries, questions, and glossaries conclude each chapter
Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals working on financial institutions in developing economies
I Background and Overview
1. Risk, Uncertainty, and Banking Dynamics in Developing Economies
2. Predisposition of Banking to Risk and Control in Developing Economies
II Paradigm Shift and Applications
3. Banking Revolution, Paradigm Shift, and Risk Control in Developing Economies
4. Enterprise Risk Management – A Paradigm Shift and Applications in Banking
5. Strategy, Paradigm Shift, and Positioning for Business and Risk Control in Banking
6. Banking Service Standard, Measures and Risk Control in Developing Economies
III Perspectives on Bank Risks
Public Concern and Outcry
7. Risk, Safety and the Future of Deposit Money Banks in Developing Economies
8. Money Laundering Links with Banking Risks and Control in Developing Economies
9. Foreign Exchange Trigger Points for Banking Risks in Developing Economies
10. Bank Crisis, Distress Syndrome, and Failure Risk Control in Developing Economies
New Insights and Concerns
11. Country Risk of Banking in Fledgling Economies Mired in Slippery Political Terrain
12. Public Sector Banking Analysis, Risks and Control in Developing Economies
13. Contingencies and Planning for Bank Risk Control in Developing Economies
14. Bank Governance Pitfalls, Failings, and Risk Control in Developing Economies
Systemic Banking Challenges
15. Sensitizing Banks in Developing Economies to Securitization Risk and Control
16. Macroeconomic Challenge of Banking Risks Control in Developing countries
17. Banking Quirks, Regulatory Response and Supervision in Developing Economies
18. Basel Accords and Interrelated Banking Risks Control in Developing Countries
Marketing Space and Drive
19. Bank Marketing Paradox, Risks and Control in Developing Economies
20. Risks and Control in Prospecting for Customers and Negotiating Banking Deals
21. Marketing and Managing Risks in Customer Banking Relationship
22. Account Management Tasks, Responsibilities and Risk Control in Banking
IV Method in Classical Risk Control
23. Bank Credits Creation, Portfolio and Risk Control in Developing Economies
24. Banks Credit Policies, Risk Control, and Compliance in Developing Economies
25. Credit Ratings Prospects and Practicalities of Banks in Developing Economies
26. Balance Sheet Structure and Risk Management of Banks in Developing Economies
27. Bank Funding Risk Framework, Dynamics, and Control in Developing Economies
28. Vicious Cycle of Bank Liquidity Crisis and Management in Developing Economies
29. Bank Market Risk Dynamics, Analysis and Control in Developing Economies
30. Bank Fraud Dynamics, Mechanisms, and Risk Control in Developing Economies
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- © Academic Press 2017
- 29th September 2016
- Academic Press
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Leonard Onyiriuba is a leading banker and author on banking. He started a career in banking in 1991 after a stint as a lecturer in the university. As a banker, he was at various times group head (commercial banking), regional director (Lagos), and divisional director (corporate banking). He currently runs a financial consultancy in Lagos, Nigeria - with a commitment to helping clients succeed. His books include “Analyzing and Managing Risks in Bank Lending” (2004), “Drive and Tasks in Bank Marketing” (2008), “Dictionary and Language of Banking” (2010), “Credit Risk: Taming a Hotbed of Reckless Banking” (2013), and “Banking Processing Risks and Control” (2014).
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"All readers will treasure this book because it offers a comprehensive, yet focused overview of risk management concepts and key challenges facing modern banks operating in the developing world. A very useful resource for practitioners, academics, and students alike." -- Claudia Girardone, University of Essex
"The book meets the most recent trends in the business practices and in the literature by offering the holistic approach to risk management. It gives the reader an exceptional opportunity to learn about the novel risks that managers in emerging markets have to face in the revolution of banking." -- Łukasz Kozłowski, Kozminski University
"Banks in emerging markets have to operate in a different cultural, regulatory and legal environment than that of the developed economies. Risk management techniques from the developed economies do not readily translate over. This book bridges that gap and is a must for all scholars and bankers in emerging markets." -- Kent Matthews, Cardiff University
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