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Bank management : text and cases 4th ed

Bank management : text and cases 4th ed

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hempel, George H. Simonson, Donald G. Coleman, Alan B.
Title Statement
Bank management : text and cases / George H. Hempel, Donald G. Simonson, Alan B. Coleman.
판사항
4th ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Wiley,   c1994.  
Physical Medium
1 v. [various pagings] : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0471552569
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Bank management. Bank management --Case studies.
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245 1 0 ▼a Bank management : ▼b text and cases / ▼c George H. Hempel, Donald G. Simonson, Alan B. Coleman.
250 ▼a 4th ed.
260 ▼a New York : ▼b Wiley, ▼c c1994.
300 ▼a 1 v. [various pagings] : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 25 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a Bank management.
650 0 ▼a Bank management ▼x Case studies.
700 1 ▼a Simonson, Donald G.
700 1 ▼a Coleman, Alan B.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
PART ONE INTRODUCTION TO BANK MANAGEMENT = 1
 1. The Changing Nature of Bank Management = 3
  Role of Commercial Banking in the U. S. Economy = 3
  Current Banking Structure and Regulation = 7
  A Challenging and Changing Environment in the Mid- and Late 1990s = 19
 2. Understanding a Bank's Financial Statements = 38
  Understanding a Bank's Balance Sheet = 38
  Understanding a Bank's Income Statement = 45
  An Introduction to Loan Loss Accounting = 48
  Off-Balance Sheet Information = 49
  Nonfinancial Information = 51
 3. A Model for Measuring Returns and Risks in Banking = 57
  Using Basic Ideas from Business Finance = 57
  Key Return and Risk Measures for a Sample Bank = 63
  Return-Risk Trade-offs = 69
 4. Evaluation of a Bank's Performance = 75
  An Example of Evaluating a Bank's Performance = 75
  Increasing the Sophistication of Return and Risk Management = 82
 CASE 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PARK CITIES = 104
 CASE 2 IMPERIAL NATIONAL BANK = 121
 CASE 3 KEYSTONE NATIONAL BANK = 129
 CASE 4 UNITED NATIONAL BANK OF DENVER = 137
PART TWO BASIC ASSET, LIABILITY, AND CAPITAL DECISIONS = 143
 5. Measuring and Providing Reserves and Liquidity = 145
  Determining a Bank's Reserve Needs = 145
  Meeting Required Reserves and Managing the Money Position = 151
  Measuring and Filling a Bank's Liquidity Needs = 157
  Matching Liquidity Sources to Liquidity Needs = 170
  Meeting Contingency and Future Liquidity Needs = 174
 6. Managing the Security Portfolio = 177
  Distinguishing Characteristics of Debt Securities = 179
  Short-Term Instruments = 180
  Long-Term Debt Securities = 183
  New Bank Portfolio Instruments = 187
  Steps in Managing the Security Portfolio = 189
  Strategies During Times of Market Depreciation = 199
  Strategies During Times of Market Appreciation = 200
  Examples of Switching Strategies = 201
  Summary = 207
  Appendix 1: Meaningful Banking Reform Impossible without Changes in Financial Reporting = 209
  Appendix 2: FFIEC Supervisory Policy on Securities Activities = 218
 7. Trends in the Acquisition and Cost of Bank Funds = 226
  Types and Changing Composition of Deposits = 226
  Types and Changing Composition of Short-Term Nondeposit Sources of Funds = 233
  Measuring and Using the Cost of Funds = 234
  Using Cost-of-Funds Measures = 245
  Risks Associated with Raising Funds = 248
  Introduction to Basic Funding Strategies = 251
 8. Capital Planning, Adequacy, and Generation = 260
  Capital Planning in the Overall Financial Plan = 261
  Determining Capital Adequacy = 265
  Sustainable Internal Growth = 279
 9. Capital Acquisition and Management = 287
  Choosing Between External Equity and Senior Capital = 287
  Financial Effects of Senior Capital = 291
  Never Forms of Senior Capital = 295
  External Common Stock Issues = 304
  Capital Management = 307
 CASE 5 SHAWNEE NATIONAL BANK = 312
 CASE 6 PERALTA NATIONAL BANK = 320
 CASE 7 CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK, FSB = 330
 CASE 8 MIDLAND FIRST NATIONAL BANK = 336
 CASE 9 WELLS FARGO BANK = 349
 CASE 10 HILLSIDE NATIONAL BANK = 358
PART THREE MANAGING THE WAN PORTFOLIO = 367
 10. The Bank Credit Organization = 369
  Managing Credit Risk = 370
  The Lending Organization = 372
  Loan Policy Formulation = 374
  Principles and Procedures = 379
  Controlling Loan Losses = 381
  Legal and Regulatory Controls on Lending = 388
  Summary = 393
 11. Lending Principles and the Business Borrower = 396
  Four Basic Credit Factors = 397
  Credit Investigation = 399
  Working Capital Analysis and Financial Projections = 408
  Summary = 418
  Appendix: Financial Ratio Analysis = 419
 12. Commercial Lending = 426
  Are Bank Loans Competitive? = 427
  Types of Loans = 429
  Taking a Security Interest = 434
  Loan Covenants = 439
  Pricing Concepts = 441
  Loan Pricing and Profitability Models = 445
  Noninterest Aspects of Loan Pricing = 452
  Summary = 454
 13. Consumer Lending = 457
  Commercial Bank Consumer Credit = 458
  Securitization of Consumer Loans = 463
  Interest Charge Considerations = 463
  Credit Analysis in Consumer Lending = 465
  Credit Evaluation Systems = 470
  Reporting the Credit Decision = 475
  Banks and Credit Card Finance = 476
  Consumer Loan Losses and the Bankruptcy Code = 480
  Consumer Regulation and Compliance = 483
  Summary = 485
 14. Special Markets for Bank Loans = 488
  International Loans = 489
  Agricultural Loans = 496
  Real Estate Loans = 500
  Guaranteed Small Business Loans = 508
  Lease Financing = 510
  Summary = 512
 CASE 11 ATHLETEQUIP COMPANY, INC. = 515
 CASE 12 FLAIR DRESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. = 528
 CASE 13 CENTURY CABLE COMPANY, INC. = 531
 CASE 14 BOSTWICK STORES = 537
 CASE 15 BERGNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY = 547
 CASE 16 QUESTOR, INC. = 551
 CASE 17 FIRST INTERSTATE NATIONAL BANK = 557
 CASE 18 CALBANK LEASING CORPORATION = 563
PART FOUR INTEGRATIVE BANK FINANCIAL DECISIONS = 573
 15. Interest Margin and Sensitivity Management = 575
  Primary Objectives of Interest Margin and Sensitivity Management = 575
  Obtaining an Adequate Interest Margin = 578
  Managing Interest Sensitivity = 584
  Funds Gap Management = 585
  Possible Strategies for Managing Interest Sensitivity = 592
  Summary = 594
 16. Advanced Alternatives for Measuring and Managing Interest Rate Risk = 595
  Critique of Gap Management = 595
  Simulation Systems = 598
  The Duration Concept = 599
  Market Value Accounting = 602
  The Duration Gap = 603
  Convexity and Higher-Order Duration = 605
  Retrospective: Duration, Gap Management, and Simulation = 606
  Restructuring the Balance Sheet = 607
  The Future of Risk Management = 615
 17. Innovations in Products and Pricing = 617
  Capital Market Alternative Investments = 618
  Pricing Concepts for Contingent Claims = 637
  Loan Sales and Securitization = 648
  Summary = 657
 18. Bank Mergers and Acquisitions = 659
  Pressure on Bank Profits = 659
  Federal Agencies' Role in Mergers = 661
  Consolidation of Failing Banks = 666
  Deregulation of Interstate Banking = 670
  Premiums Paid in Bank Mergers = 673
 19. International Banking = 681
  Profile of Organizational Forms = 682
  Types of Organization = 682
  Foreign Exchange Market = 684
  Interest Rate Swaps = 688
  The Eurocurrency Markets = 689
  Bank Financial Management in a Foreign Environment = 691
  International Lending by U. S. Banks = 693
  Summary = 699
 20. Long-Range Planning for Future Performance = 701
  Managing Return-Risk Trade-offs to Maximize Owners' Position = 701
  The Strategic Planning Process = 710
  Improving Bank Performance in a Challenging Period = 715
  Summary = 721
 CASE 19 FIRST NATIONAL BANK = 723
 CASE 20 GRANTLAND NATIONAL BANK = 735
 CASE 21 CENTRAN NATIONAL BANK = 746
 CASE 22 CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION = 761
 CASE 23 GLOBAL MACHINERY AND METALS COMPANY, INC. = 772
 CASE 24 EDWARD EDWARDS COMPANY = 775
 CASE 25 UNITED BANCSHARES, INC. = 781
 CASE 26 MADISON COUNTY NATIONAL BANK = 795
 CASE 27 TATE CITY BANK = 804
Appendix: Bank President Simulation = 817
Index = 859


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