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Written for professionals in financial services with responsibility for IT and risk management, Dimitris Chorafas surveys the methodology required and IT systems and structures to support it according to Basel II. The book is consistent with the risk management certification process of GARP, as well as the accounting rules of IFRS, based on research the author conducted with IASB. The author provices an in-depth discussion of the types of risk, stress analysis and the use of scenarios, mathematical models, and
A practical guide to the practices and procedures of effectivelymanaging banking risks Managing Risks in Commercial and Retail Banking takes anin-depth, logical look at dealing with all aspects of riskmanagement within the banking sector. It presents complex processesin a simplified way by providing real-life situations andexamples. The book examines all dimensions of the risks that banksface—both the financial risks—credit, market, andoperational—and the non-financial risks—moneylaundering, information technology, business strategy, legal, andreputational. Focusing on methods and models for
As risk-taking is an essential part of the banking industry, banks must practise efficient risk management to ensure survival in uncertain financial climates. Banking operations are specifically affected by fluctuations in interest rates which cause financial imbalance; thus banks are now required to put in place an effective management structure that incorporates risk management efficiency measures that help mitigate the wide range of risks they face. In this book, the authors have developed a new modelling approach to determine banks’
With advancing technologies like distributed ledgers, smart contracts, and digital payment platforms, financial services must be innovative in order to remain relevant in the modern era. The adoption of financial technology affects the whole Islamic financial industry as well as the economic stability of a globalized world. There is a need for research that seeks to understand financial technology and the regulatory technology necessary to ensure financial security and stability. Impact of Financial Technology (FinTech) on Islamic Finance and Financial
Banking is at the forefront of the effort to quantify and measure operational risk and as such can be role model beyond the financial services industry. The Basel Committee of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has created a new capital accord, known as Basel II. Basel II requires banks to establish an operational risk management (ORM) framework and compute an explicit capital charge for operational risk once it is adopted. This chapter from Goverance, Risk, and Compliance Handbook, by
A global banking risk management guide geared toward the practitioner Financial Risk Management presents an in-depth look at banking risk on a global scale, including comprehensive examination of the U.S. Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review, and the European Banking Authority stress tests. Written by the leaders of global banking risk products and management at SAS, this book provides the most up-to-date information and expert insight into real risk management. The discussion begins with an overview of methods for computing
Cyber risk has become increasingly reported as a major problem for financial sector businesses. It takes many forms including fraud for purely monetary gain, hacking by people hostile to a company causing business interruption or damage to reputation, theft by criminals or malicious individuals of the very large amounts of customer information (“big data”) held by many companies, misuse including accidental misuse or lack of use of such data, loss of key intellectual property, and the theft of health and
OpRisk Awards 2020 Book of the Year Winner! The Authoritative Guide to the Best Practices in Operational Risk Management Operational Risk Management offers a comprehensive guide that contains a review of the most up-to-date and effective operational risk management practices in the financial services industry. The book provides an essential overview of the current methods and best practices applied in financial companies and also contains advanced tools and techniques developed by the most mature firms in the field. The author explores
Create real value from operational risk management rather than using a 'tick box' approach with this practical guide filled with frameworks, examples and industry poll results.
The financial services sector is witnessing rapid changes and innovations―so much so that existing books are hardly able to keep up with the rapid developments in the entire gamut of financial services. This book aims to fill this gap by covering the most recent developments and new products in the sector. Closely following the syllabus of MBA UGC curriculum and PGDM, the book has a single-window approach, that is, to meet the total requirement of students in this subject
Financial risk variables arise in the form of interest rate, foreign exchange, equity and commodity risk. This book provides insight on those risk variables. It aims to provide the laymen and professionals with analysis, theoretical risk measurement models and findings that will extend their understanding of the financial risk environment.
Whether man-made or naturally occurring, large-scale disasters can cause fatalities and injuries, devastate property and communities, savage the environment, impose significant financial burdens on individuals and firms, and test political leadership. Moreover, global challenges such as climate change and terrorism reveal the interdependent and interconnected nature of our current moment: what occurs in one nation or geographical region is likely to have effects across the globe. Our information age creates new and more integrated forms of communication that incur risks
This book, based on international standards, provides a one-step reference to all aspects of risk management in an electronic banking environment.
The seminal guide to risk management, streamlined andupdated Risk Management in Banking is a comprehensive referencefor the risk management industry, covering all aspects of thefield. Now in its fourth edition, this useful guide has beenupdated with the latest information on ALM, Basel 3, derivatives,liquidity analysis, market risk, structured products, credit risk,securitizations, and more. The new companion website featuresslides, worked examples, a solutions manual, and the newstreamlined, modular approach allows readers to easily find theinformation they need. Coverage includes asset
This is a book about the management of change, a book about the death of the banking industry and the explosion of opportunities within a new financial services industry. It argues that it is an impossible task to manage risk without the technological infrastructure and the technology tools. It is a relatively straightforward exercise to determine functions or action of risk, but it is most difficult to quantitatively measure and forecast risk without the tools. Here the use of technology