Bank Financial Management has been written keeping in view specific knowledge and skill needs of banking professionals desirous of gaining advanced knowledge of banking.
The book deals with four important areas of banking, viz., International Banking, Risk Management, Treasury Management and Balance Sheet Management. All the necessary concepts of foreign exchange, international trade, applicability of UCPDC, RBI and FEDAI guidelines, FEMA, role of ECGC and EXIM bank have been explained in the book. Similarly, the concept of risks in banks, measurement and management of various risks, the organizational structure of risk management department as also the current guidelines of RBI on risk management have been covered. Further, the concepts and functions of treasury management, various instruments available to the treasury have also been explained. Asset Liability Management (ALM), which has now assumed a priority area for banks, has also been dealt with appropriately. It contains various aspects of balance sheet management, RBI guidelines on ALM, asset classification, provisioning, and the disclosures. The underlying concepts have been explained in simple language keeping the practical aspects in focus. The latest developments in the relevant fields have been incorporated and reference of the concerned websites has been given, to enable the readers to acquire the cutting edge knowledge.
Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF) formerly The Indian Institute of Bankers, established in 1928, is a professional body of banks, financial institutions and their employees in India. During its 82 years of service, IIBF has emerged as a premier institute in banking and finance education for those employed in the sector, aiming for professional excellence. Since its inception, the Institute has awarded over 5 lakh banking and finance qualifications, viz; JAIIB, CAIIB, Diplomas and Certificates in specialized areas. The pedagogy of Distance Learning offered by the Institute comprises (i) publishing specific courseware for each paper/examination; (ii) publishing work books; (iii) holding tutorials through accredited institutions; (iv) organizing contact classes; (v) conducting virtual classes; (vi) offering e-learning through portal; (vii) organizing campus training for selected courses, etc.
MODULE A: International Banking • Exchange Rates and Forex Business • Basics of Forex Derivatives • Correspondent Banking and NRI Accounts • Documentary Letters of Credit • Facilities for Exporters and Importers • Risks in Foreign Trade – Role of ECGC • Role of Exim Bank, Reserve Bank of India, Exchange Control in India – FEMA and FEDAI and Others •
MODULE B: Risk Management • Risk and Basic Risk Management Framework • Risks in Banking Business • Risk Regulations in Banking Industry • Market Risk • Credit Risk • Operational Risk and Integrated Risk Management •
MODULE C: Treasury Management • Introduction to Treasury Management • Treasury Products • Funding and Regulatory Aspects • Treasury Risk Management • Derivative Products • Treasury and Asset-Liability Management •
MODULE D: Balance Sheet Management • Components of Assets and Liabilities in Bank’s Balance Sheet and their Management • Banking Regulation and Capital • Capital Adequacy – The Basel-II Overview • Supervisory Review • Pillar 3 – Market Discipline • Asset Classification and Provisioning Norms • Liquidity Management • Interest Rate Risk Management • RAROC and Profit Planning