• Financial Crisis
    RIMS Executive Report The Risk Perspective The 2008 Financial Crisis A Wake-up Call for Enterprise Risk Management The 2008 Financial Crisis A Wake-up Call for Enterprise Risk Management Editor Bill Coffin Contributors Laurie Champion, Aon Global Risk Consulting Pete Fahrenthold,...
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  • Why Corporate Governance Becomes Important Now
    CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BECOMES IMPORTANT NOW? Corporate Governance standards are changing now. The 2008-2009 global financial crisis hit almost the whole world and causes the economic meltdown and recession not only in developing countries but in many rich and developed countries. That is why the debate...
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  • Banking Industry
    Banking Industry The Banking Industry was once a simple and reliable business that took deposits from investors at a lower interest rate and loaned it out to borrowers at a higher rate. However deregulation and technology led to a revolution in the Banking Industry that saw it transformed. Banks have...
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  • Role of Global Financial Crisis on Indian Banking Industry
    Role of Global Financial Crisis on Indian Banking Industry | | INTRODUCTION Globalization has ensured that the Indian economy and financial markets cannot stay insulated from the present financial crisis in the developed economies. The global financial crisis of 2008–2009 is an ongoing major...
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  • Faster-Than-Anticipated Global Recovery
    Banking and Financial Services Major Industry Trends The years 2008 and 2009 saw unprecedented turmoil and change in the global banking and financial services sector. The global banking crisis first burst into the media spotlight with the announcement by US bank Bear Sterns in June 2007 that two of...
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  • Sub Prime Crisis
    THE SUB-PRIME CRISIS OF 2008 INTRODUCTION The word meltdown no longer applies to just nuclear reactors, unruly toddlers or Popsicles and is extended to sub-prime as well. The sub-prime mortgage crisis was a slight tremor that turned into a disaster, threatening to plunge the U.S. economy into its...
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  • Size the Only Constraint for Indian Banks
    Conclusion Introduction: Why size really matters? Development in Indian banking industry has been tremendous over the past decade. While all the major economies were suffering from global financial meltdown, Indian banking sector has been very few to maintain stability while continuing to provide...
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  • Banking Sector Behaviour- Bharat Project
    public entity (a loose network of economic transactions, not a physical facility or discrete entity) for the trading of company stock (shares) and derivatives at an agreed price; these are securities listed on a stock exchange as well as those only traded privately. Indian Stock Market is one of...
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  • Frm Aim Statements 2011
    2011 Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) Examination AIM Statements Topic Outline, Readings, Test Weightings The Study Guide sets forth primary topics and subtopics under the five risk-related disciplines covered in the FRM exam. The topics were selected by the FRM Committee as topics that risk managers...
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  • Securitization and Subprime Crisis: a Critical Analysis of the Role Credit Rating Agencies
    specific assets are isolated from the balance sheet of the originating institution and used to support marketable securities (Thompson, 1995). It is a financial instrument that is used to transform a pool of assets into marketable securities. The marketable securities are backed by the cash flow stream related...
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  • Enron the Open Secret
    Enron, Gladwell convincingly argues, wasn’t too little information but too much. Most or all of the information needed to recognize that Enron was at risk was disclosed in public documents; however, analysts failed to understand the sea of data. Using Gladwell’s definition of the key question about the...
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  • Study Notes
    Statements 2012 Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) Examination AIM Statements FRM Examination Approach The FRM Exam is a comprehensive, practice-oriented, examination with questions derived from a combination of theory and “real-world” work experience. Candidates are expected to understand risk management concepts...
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  • Economic Meltdown
    ECONOMIC MELTDOWN IN INDIA AND THE US Monjoree Barua Perhaps never before in recent history, has any economic development been so talked about as the ongoing ‘economic meltdown’. As it is clear no one person or institution ever understands the world economic network and functioning...
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  • Inside Job Documentary
    way. The film also has compelling villains and outrageous behavior that is bound to engage and enrage viewers. It's basically an overview of the financial crisis of recent years, which we are still recovering from. The thesis seems to be that the regulations that were put in place after the Great Depression...
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  • Understanding Derivatives in Global Crisis
    Understanding Derivatives Following the Global Crisis of 2008 Graduate Finance Cluster Professor Jeff Lee June 15, 2009 Introduction Even before the financial crisis of the American economy in late 2008, the understanding and uses of derivatives has been a complicated subject matter, to...
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  • How Safe Is Safe Enough
    How safe is safe enough? An introduction to risk management By Angela Darlington, Simon Grout & John Whitworth Presented to The Staple Inn Actuarial Society At Staple Inn Hall At 6 p.m. On 12 June 2001 Contents Section 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Page Introduction............................
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  • My life
    Conventional? The Relationship between Islamic Finance and the Financial Mainstream Edited by Charles Beard 1 The Arab Financial Forum (AFF) brings together senior figures from the public and private sector concerned with the development of Arab capital markets. Such development is essential...
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  • Miss
    Zealand Bank and National Australia Bank’s performance in profitability, liquidity, capital support and other risk management. Then, the second part is through analyzing the impact of global financial crisis on the four banks, and then determines which bank is surviving best during that difficult period with...
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  • Economic Meltdown
    Global Economic Meltdown Understanding the US-led global economic crises There is a whopping increase of 116% in the number of enterprises closing shop at 25,000 this year; up from 11,044 in 2006. Another 7000 have gone for bankruptcy, up from the 3500 two years ago. These figures give ample idea...
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  • Global Economic Meltdown
    Global Economic Meltdown Understanding the US-led global economic crises Perhaps, never before in recent history, has any economic development been so talked about as the ongoing 'economic meltdown'. Therefore let us understand this phenomenon gradually and fully. This will also give us a clear picture...
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