Bank Management in South Africa: Risk Man Perspective
Why is the South African banking industry regarded as one of the best in the world? How is it structured? How did it avoid collapse during the global financial crisis of 2007-2009? Bank Management in South Africa: A risk-based perspective is the first textbook for the South African market to answer these questions. It provides a comprehensive overview of the way banks and their financial risks are managed. The book is divided into five parts: ? Part One introduces the business of banking by discussing the evolution of financial intermediation theory; ? Part Two deals with the structure, history, performance and regulatory environment of the South African banking industry ? Part Three considers how banks report and measure their performance; ? Part Four focuses on how banks identify, quantify and manage financial risks; ? Part Five deals with the management of the asset book, liability book and, importantly, the capital adequacy requirements set by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
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