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The Choudhry Anthology, + Website: Past, Present and Future Principles of Bank Risk Management Moorad Choudhry

The Choudhry Anthology, + Website: Past, Present and Future Principles of Bank Risk Management

Moorad Choudhry

Published June 1st 2015
ISBN : 9781118779736
Hardcover
600 pages
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 About the Book 

One of the key lessons of the 2007-2008 financial market crash was that traditional principles of risk management in banking needed to be re-learnt, and maintained even during a bull market so that banks did not suffer as they did in the crash. These traditional principles were conservative beliefs about capital, funding and operating model guidelines that had served banks well since the city-state banks of the 16th century, but had been ignored by many small and large banks in the run-up to 2007.In the post-crash era, banks, regulators and investors have to re-learn these traditional principles so that they can apply them in their daily disciplines. This proposal is an answer to this new global policy response.Unlike more specialist fields such as quantitative finance, derivatives or structured finance, which perhaps 10%-20% of the worlds banks need to acquire an expertise in, every single bank in the world has a Treasury department and needs to be up-to-speed on ALM.This volume contains new chapters on: - Derivatives risk management: discounting, Libor/OIS, CVA, FVA, Funding policies- Balance sheet capital management, ROE/RAROC- Funding policies at banks, for each business line- Balance sheet risk management: interest-rate risk, liquidity risk integrated- Basel III risk requirements and recommended solutions- Strategic ALM- Bank valuation, loan pricing and liquidity value creation- Retail bank: optimum capital and funding model- Corporate bank: optimum capital and funding model- Investment / wholesale bank: optimum capital and funding model- Liquidity model recommended best-practice: type of model, and type/size of the liquid asset buffer (LAB)- Governance structure recommended best-practice