I. INTRODUCTION TO BANK FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE FINANCIAL-SERVICES INDUSTRY. 1. Overview of Banking and the Financial-Services Industry. 2. Sources and Uses of Funds and the Risks of Banking.
II. THE BIG PICTURE: STRATEGIC AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND THE MEASUREMENT OF BANK PERFORMANCE. 3. Accounting and Economic Models of Bank Value and Performance. 4. Managing Value and Risk: Bank Corporate Strategy and Strategic Planning in the Financial-Services Industry. 5. Asset-Liability Management (ALM) and Techniques for Managing Interest-Rate Risk.
III. THE PORTFOLIO RISKS OF BANKING AND THEIR MANAGEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE. 6. Credit Risk and the Lending Function: Theory and Practice. 7. Liquidity Risk and Liability Management. 8.Bank Investment Management and Investment Banking. 9. Noninterest Income, Securitization, and Derivatives Activities.
IV. MANAGING THE BANK LENDING FUNCTION. 10. Management of Credit Risk: Business Lending. 11. Consumer Lending. 12. Commercial Real Estate Lending.
V. BANK CAPITAL: THEORY, MANAGEMENT, AND REGULATION. 13. Bank Capital Structure: Theory and Regulation. 14. Capital and Dividend Management.
VI. THE ROLES OF REGULATION, DEPOSIT INSURANCE, AND ETHICS IN SHAPING BANKING AND THE FINANCIAL-SERVICES INDUSTRY. 15. The Theory, Objectives, and Agencies of Bank Regulation. 16. Deposit Insurance, Bank Failures, and the Savings-and-Loan Mess. 17. Ethics in Banking and the Financial-Services Industry.
VII. FINANCIAL INNOVATION, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, AND CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING IN THE FINANCIAL-SERVICES INDUSTRY. 18. Innovation as a Diffusion Process, Information Technology, and Electronic Banking. 19. Consolidation in the Financial-Services Industry: Bank Mergers, Corporate Restructuring, and the Future Structure of Banking. 20. International Banking and Globalization of the Financial-Services Industry.