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The E-finance report

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Zask, Ezra.
Title Statement
The E-finance report / Ezra Zask.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   McGraw-Hill,   2001.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 279 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0071364277 :
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Financial services industry -- Computer networks. Internet banking. Electronic commerce. Internet.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Chapter 1 The Changing Landscape of E-Finance / Ezra Zask[Executive Vice President, Advisor Software, Inc., Visiting Lecturer, Princeton University] = 1
 Background = 1
 The Brokerage Industry = 3
 Nonequity Financial Market = 5
 Online Investment Banking = 7
 New Systems and Technology = 8
 Financial Information and Research = 9
 E-Investment Services = 9
 Online Banking = 12
 Insurance = 14
 Financial Portals and Account Aggregation = 14
Chapter 2 Internet Financial Services Company Valuation / Jeffrey P. Anderson[Principal, Bond & Pecaro, Inc.] ; Humberto Sanchez[Research Associate, Bond & Pecaro, Inc.] = 17
 Introduction = 17
 Qualitative Issues = 17
 Valuation Methods = 18
 Valuation Life Cycle = 19
 Cost Approach = 20
 Market Approach = 21
 Income Approach = 24
 Conclusion = 26
Chapter 3 www.Online_Trading.com / George R. Monahan[Vice President and Director, Industry Studies, Securities Industry Association] = 27
 Growth of Online Trading = 28
 Both Evolution and Revolution = 30
 Sell-Side Genesis = 31
 Today's Online Investor = 32
 Where Brokerage E-Commerce is Headed = 35
 Online Retail Market Share = 37
 Internet IP0s = 40
 Online Trading Brokers' Profitability = 40
 Going Forward = 42
Chapter 4 The Internet Revolution in the Brokerage Services Industry : An Unfinished Play in Three Acts / Carlos Otalvaro-Coronado[Chairman, WallStreet Electronica, WallStreet. E] ; Noah Otalvaro[President, Net International Inc.] ; Francisco Otalvaro[President, WallStreet Electronica, WallStreet. E] = 43
 The Players = 43
 Act I My Way is the Way - the Only Way! = 44
 Act II Extinction is a Choice! Death or Survival Through Convergence and Metamorphosis = 45
 Act III Darwinism - The Moving Force behind the Evolution of the Customer-Centric Organization = 46
 Act Ill The Customer Writes the Script - Ergo, Customer Centricity = 50
Chapter 5 The Internet Brokerage Industry / Ezra Zask[Executive Vice President, Advisor Software, Inc., and Visiting Lecturer, Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University] = 51
 The Revolution in the Brokerage Industry = 51
 Value Drivers in the Online Brokerage Industry = 56
 The Coming Shakeout in the Online Brokerage Industry = 49
 Challenge and Response : Full-Service Brokers, Banks, and Investment Company Strategies = 69
 Regulatory Issues = 72
 Electronic Communications Networks and the Exchanges = 73
 Appendix : The ECN Marketplace = 74
Chapter 6 Online Fixed-Income Trading / Robert Knox[Senior Vice President, Zions First National Bank] = 79
Chapter 7 The Democratization of the Foreign Exchange Market / Richard Olsen[Chairman, Olsen and Associates] = 97
 History of the Modern Foreign Exchange Market = 97
 Structure of the Foreign Exchange Market = 99
 The Internet and Idiosyncrasies of Financial Markets = 100
 Predictive Technologies = 101
 Efficiency of Financial Markets = 102
Chapter 8 The Future of Venture Capital / David Starr[Co-Founder of Vcapital, and currently Client Partner at Culture Worx] = 105
 Garbage-In-Garbage-Out = 106
 New Talent to the Rescue = 106
 The Future = 107
 The Role of the Gatekeeper = 108
 Challenges = 110
 More than Just Money = 110
 Security and Control = 111
 The Trust Factor = 111
 Conclusion = 112
 New Trends Emerging = 113
Chapter 9 Retail Internet Banking / Octavio Marenzi[Managing Director, Celent Communications] ; Isabella Cagnazzo Fonseca[Analyst Celent Communications] = 115
 Retail Internet Banking = 115
 Wholesale Internet Banking = 121
 Internet Brokerage = 126
Chapter 10 Online Banking / D.R. Grimes[CEO and Vice-Chairman, NetBank] = 133
 Revenues and Profitability = 134
 Customers = 137
 Products and Services = 140
 Marketing and Branding = 140
 Competition = 143
 Business Strategies = 144
 Technology = 145
 The Future = 148
Chapter 11 Internet-Based Bill Payment and Presentment / Gerhard Kschwendt[Senior Consultant Dove Consulting] = 149
 Business to Consumer EBPP = 150
 Low Adoption Rates = 151
 B2C EBPP Business Model = 153
 B2C EBPP Delivery Models = 154
 B2C EBPP Provider Competitive Environment = 157
 B2C EBPP Revenue Streams = 157
 B2C EBPP Growth Drivers = 158
 Biller Value Proposition = 159
 EBPP is Creating Attractive Investment Opportunities = 160
 Expect Major Changes = 161
 Conclusion = 162
 Business-to-Business EBPP = 163
 The EBPP Imperative = 163
 Adoption and Growth Drivers = 164
 Investment Opportunities : Managing the Complexity = 172
 Conclusion = 177
Chapter 12 Online Credit and Banking / Scott Gregory[Director, PriceWaterhouse Coopers Consulting] = 179
 Overview of Market Developments = 179
 Intensifying Competition = 180
 Educating and Empowering Consumers = 184
 Facilitating New Business Models = 185
 Positioning to Win = 186
Chapter 13 Financial Information / Jeremy Pink[Vice President, News and Programming, CNBC Europe] = 189
Chapter 14 Financial Services Portals : The Winners in a New Era / Amy Butte[Financial Services Analyst and Managing Director, Bear Stearns] ; Christine Haggerty[Managing Director, Bear Stearns] = 197
 Asset Gathering Remains a Viable Growth Business = 198
 Addressable Market Continues to Grow Briskly = 199
 Retiring Baby Boomers Could Generate an Asset Bonanza = 199
 Mutual Fund Companies : Devising New Plans of Attack = 203
 Retail Securities - Continuing the Quest for Aggregator Status = 205
Chapter 15 Online Asset Management / Kevin D. Freeman[Co-Founder and Chairman, Separate Account Solutions, Inc.] ; Erik H. Davidson[Co-Founder and President, Separate Account Solutions, Inc.] = 213
 Introduction = 213
 The Evolution of Professional Management = 214
 Why Funds Have Proved So Popular = 215
 The Birth of Affordable Separate Accounts = 216
 Computers Were the Answer = 217
 Why Clients Favor Separate Accounts = 218
 The Growth of the Separate Account Industry = 219
 The Death of Mutual Funds? = 221
 The Challenge for Separate Accounts = 222
 The Future of Separate Accounts = 226
Chapter 16 How to Build and Monitor E-Commerce Insurance / Burke A. Christensen[Vice President, Operation and General Counsel, Quotesmith.com, Inc.] = 231
Chapter 17 The Insurance Industry E-Volves / Thomas Holzheu[Ph.D., Senior Economist, Swiss Re, Economic Research and Consulting] ; Thomas Trauth[Ph.D., Senior Economist, Swiss Re, Economic Research and Consulting] ; Ulrike Birkmaier[Senior Economist, Swiss Re, Economic Research and Consulting] = 237
 Introduction = 237
 E-Business Trends in the Insurance Industry = 237
 How does E-Business Affect Competition? = 241
 Summary = 245
 Bibliography = 246
Appendix A Leading Financial Services Websites = 249
Appendix B Publicly Quoted Internet Financial Services Companies = 271
INDEX = 273


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