Written in a highly readable style, this book provides in-depth coverage of the concepts of management of financial institutions, focusing primarily on the banking sector and risk management. Divided into five parts, the text first looks at the framework of the Indian financial sector and examines the significance of various financial intermediaries. It then moves on to explain in detail the products and financial statements of banks and their methods of performance analysis.
The book exposes the students to various risks faced by financial institutions and elaborates on the process of risk management. It analyzes the regulatory framework for financial institutions and discusses their capital management with emphasis on both the first and second Basel accords. In addition, the text provides a thorough exposition of the Indian banking industry in the light of latest trends, data and RBI regulations.
Facilitates easy understanding of theory with the help of a number of figures, tables, graphs and worked-out examples.
Highlights the key concepts in boxes throughout the text.
Incorporates chapter-end questions and problems, case studies and computer-based exercises to help students master the concepts.
This book is recommended in North Eastern Regional Institute of Management, Assam.
This book is designed for a course in Management of Financial Institutions, offered to postgraduate students of management programmes (Finance and Banking) and commerce. It will also be useful to practising bankers and risk managers.