Financial Markets and Risk
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This book will give those who are working in financial services an overview of the risk element in their industry. It explains the interactions between financial institutions, the products they provide and the markets in which they deal, and then looks at the economic environment in which the industry plays such a vital role. In each case, it focuses on the risks faced by all financial providers and shows how these can be successfully managed.
Table of Contents:
PART I FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS 1) The Role of Financial Intermediation; 2) The Principal Stakeholders; 3) The Major Institutions, Products and Markets; 4) Key Features and Influences on the Marketplace; PART II THE MONETARY SYSTEM 5) Money, Inflation, Interest Rates and Exchange Rates; 6) Monetary Policy; 7) The Role of the Central Bank in Managing Liquidity in the Financial Markets; 8) The Effects of Changes in Interest Rates and Exchange Rates; PART III RISK: THE CONCEPT AND ITS IMPORTANCE 9) Concepts and Classifications of Risk; 10) The Impact of Risks on Institutions and Customers; 11) Risk Management; 12) The Analysis of Credit Risk and Lending Decisions; PART IV REGULATION OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS 13) The Rationale for Financial Regulation; 14) The Role of Financial Regulators; 15) Issues in the Regulation of Financial Institutions and Markets; Index.
|authors||David Brighouse, , Janet Hontoir,|
|Publish Date||August 2008|
|publisher||Global Professional Publishing|
|dimensions||8 3/4" x 9 1/4"|
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