This thoroughly revised text describes the theory and practice of commercial banking from a financial-management perspective. Focusing on the dynamic and rapidly changing financial-services industry, it explores modern financial management decision making and highlights the importance of adapting to change and creating value as the way for firms to succeed. Major Enhancements to Commercial Bank Financial Management in the Financial-Services Industry include: *New coverage of the latest changes in bank regulations, including the landmark Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999. *Updated coverage of technology in banking, which stresses the role of e-money and e-banking in facilitating e-commerce. *New and improved TRICK framework that enables students to understand the process of financial innovation and the driving forces of change in the financial-services industry. *End-of-chapter questions, problems, mini-cases, and projects that test student comprehension and challenge research, writing, and analytical skills. *Uses the theme of banks as factories that engage in information processing and deal making, capturing the essence of large, complex, banking organizations (LCBOs) such as CitigrThis thoroughly revised text describes the theory and practice of commercial banking from a financial-management perspective.
|Title||:||Commercial Bank Financial Management in the Financial-services Industry|
|Author||:||Joseph F. Sinkey|