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The Resource Institutional banking for emerging markets : principles and practice, Wei-Xin Huang

Institutional banking for emerging markets : principles and practice, Wei-Xin Huang

Label
Institutional banking for emerging markets : principles and practice
Title
Institutional banking for emerging markets
Title remainder
principles and practice
Statement of responsibility
Wei-Xin Huang
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Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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Huang, Wei-Xin
Dewey number
332.1/5091724
Index
index present
LC call number
HG3550
LC item number
.H83 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Wiley finance
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  • Banks and banking
  • Correspondent banks
Label
Institutional banking for emerging markets : principles and practice, Wei-Xin Huang
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [234]-239) and index
Contents
Preface. -- Introduction. -- PART I EMERGING MARKETS. -- 1 Country Classification: Principles and Practice. -- 1.1 Definition and Scope. -- 1.2 Emerging Markets: 'Symptoms' and Similarities. -- 1.2.1 'Symptoms'. -- 1.2.2 Similarities. -- 1.3 Sink or Swim: The Evolution of Emerging Markets. -- 1.3.1 The 19th Century. -- 1.3.2 The 1930s. -- 1.3.3 The 1950s and 1960s. -- 1.3.4 The 1970s and 1980s. -- 1.3.5 The 1990s. -- 1.3.6 The 2000s. -- 1.4 Emerging Markets: The Potential. -- Summary. -- 2 Emerging Markets: The Twin Crisis Bank Crisis and Country Crisis. -- 2.1 Bank Crisis and Country Crisis. -- 2.2 The Twin Crisis and its Costs. -- 2.3 Bank Crisis and Country Crisis: Major Underlying Factors. -- Summary. -- 3 Emerging Markets: The Culture Outline. -- 3.1 Culture and Importance of Culture in Business. -- 3.2 Different Dimensions of Culture. -- 3.3 Cultural Code in Some Countries. -- Summary. -- 4 The Major Emerging Markets BRICT: Brazil, Russia, India, China and Turkey. -- 4.1 Brazil. -- 4.1.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.1.2 Banking System in Brazil. -- 4.1.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.2 Russia. -- 4.2.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.2.2 Banking System in Russia. -- 4.2.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.3 India. -- 4.3.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.3.2 Banking System in India. -- 4.3.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.4 China. -- 4.4.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.4.2 Banking System in China. -- 4.4.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.5 Turkey. -- 4.5.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.5.2 Banking System in Turkey. -- 4.5.3 Cultural Code. -- Summary. -- 5 Sovereign Rating and Country Risk. -- 5.1 Country Risk: Definition and its Importance. -- 5.2 Sovereign Default: History and Consequence. -- 5.2.1 History. -- 5.2.2 Consequence. -- 5.3 Country Risk Rating Principles. -- 5.3.1 Standard & Poor's. -- 5.3.2 Euromoney. -- 5.3.3 Institutional Investor. -- 5.4 Limitations of Country Risk Rating. -- 5.5 Country Risk Evaluation in Practice. -- 5.5.1 Country Risk Credit Committee. -- 5.5.2 Techniques for Country Risk Assessment. -- 5.6 Recent Cases of Country Crisis in Emerging Markets. -- 5.6.1 The Russian Financial Crisis of August 1998. -- 5.6.2 The Financial Crisis in Argentina. -- 5.6.3 The Financial Crisis in Mexico. -- 5.6.4 Asian Crisis. -- 5.6.5 Country Crisis: Signs and Signals. -- Summary. -- PART II INSTITUTIONAL BANKING. -- 6 From Correspondent Banking to Institutional Banking: Past and Present. -- 6.1 The Origin of Correspondent Banking. -- 6.2 The Influence from the General Development of the Banking Industry. -- 6.3 Correspondent Banking Today: Towards an Institutional Relationship. -- Summary. -- 7 The Products of Institutional Banking. -- 7.1 Account Service and Cash Management. -- 7.2 Account Services. -- 7.2.1 Shareholder Structure. -- 7.3 Trade Finance. -- 7.3.1 Various Ways to Finance Trade. -- 7.4 Financial Market and/or Investment Bank Products. -- 7.5 Other Products. -- 7.5.1 Custodian. -- 7.5.2 Syndication. -- 7.5.3 Asset Management. -- 7.5.4 Bancassurance. -- Summary. -- 8 The Marketing Function of In
Control code
ocm81940294
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxv, 247 p.
Isbn
9780470030769
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007002349
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780470030769
  • (OCoLC)81940294
Label
Institutional banking for emerging markets : principles and practice, Wei-Xin Huang
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [234]-239) and index
Contents
Preface. -- Introduction. -- PART I EMERGING MARKETS. -- 1 Country Classification: Principles and Practice. -- 1.1 Definition and Scope. -- 1.2 Emerging Markets: 'Symptoms' and Similarities. -- 1.2.1 'Symptoms'. -- 1.2.2 Similarities. -- 1.3 Sink or Swim: The Evolution of Emerging Markets. -- 1.3.1 The 19th Century. -- 1.3.2 The 1930s. -- 1.3.3 The 1950s and 1960s. -- 1.3.4 The 1970s and 1980s. -- 1.3.5 The 1990s. -- 1.3.6 The 2000s. -- 1.4 Emerging Markets: The Potential. -- Summary. -- 2 Emerging Markets: The Twin Crisis Bank Crisis and Country Crisis. -- 2.1 Bank Crisis and Country Crisis. -- 2.2 The Twin Crisis and its Costs. -- 2.3 Bank Crisis and Country Crisis: Major Underlying Factors. -- Summary. -- 3 Emerging Markets: The Culture Outline. -- 3.1 Culture and Importance of Culture in Business. -- 3.2 Different Dimensions of Culture. -- 3.3 Cultural Code in Some Countries. -- Summary. -- 4 The Major Emerging Markets BRICT: Brazil, Russia, India, China and Turkey. -- 4.1 Brazil. -- 4.1.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.1.2 Banking System in Brazil. -- 4.1.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.2 Russia. -- 4.2.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.2.2 Banking System in Russia. -- 4.2.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.3 India. -- 4.3.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.3.2 Banking System in India. -- 4.3.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.4 China. -- 4.4.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.4.2 Banking System in China. -- 4.4.3 Cultural Code. -- 4.5 Turkey. -- 4.5.1 Macro Environment. -- 4.5.2 Banking System in Turkey. -- 4.5.3 Cultural Code. -- Summary. -- 5 Sovereign Rating and Country Risk. -- 5.1 Country Risk: Definition and its Importance. -- 5.2 Sovereign Default: History and Consequence. -- 5.2.1 History. -- 5.2.2 Consequence. -- 5.3 Country Risk Rating Principles. -- 5.3.1 Standard & Poor's. -- 5.3.2 Euromoney. -- 5.3.3 Institutional Investor. -- 5.4 Limitations of Country Risk Rating. -- 5.5 Country Risk Evaluation in Practice. -- 5.5.1 Country Risk Credit Committee. -- 5.5.2 Techniques for Country Risk Assessment. -- 5.6 Recent Cases of Country Crisis in Emerging Markets. -- 5.6.1 The Russian Financial Crisis of August 1998. -- 5.6.2 The Financial Crisis in Argentina. -- 5.6.3 The Financial Crisis in Mexico. -- 5.6.4 Asian Crisis. -- 5.6.5 Country Crisis: Signs and Signals. -- Summary. -- PART II INSTITUTIONAL BANKING. -- 6 From Correspondent Banking to Institutional Banking: Past and Present. -- 6.1 The Origin of Correspondent Banking. -- 6.2 The Influence from the General Development of the Banking Industry. -- 6.3 Correspondent Banking Today: Towards an Institutional Relationship. -- Summary. -- 7 The Products of Institutional Banking. -- 7.1 Account Service and Cash Management. -- 7.2 Account Services. -- 7.2.1 Shareholder Structure. -- 7.3 Trade Finance. -- 7.3.1 Various Ways to Finance Trade. -- 7.4 Financial Market and/or Investment Bank Products. -- 7.5 Other Products. -- 7.5.1 Custodian. -- 7.5.2 Syndication. -- 7.5.3 Asset Management. -- 7.5.4 Bancassurance. -- Summary. -- 8 The Marketing Function of In
Control code
ocm81940294
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxv, 247 p.
Isbn
9780470030769
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007002349
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780470030769
  • (OCoLC)81940294

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