How and why do strategic perspectives of financial institutions differ by class and region? Strategies of Banks and Other Financial Institutions: Theories and Cases is an introduction to global financial institutions that presents both theoretical and actual aspects of markets and institutions. The book encompasses depository and non-depository Institutions; money markets, bond markets, and mortgage markets; stock markets, derivative markets, and foreign exchange markets; mutual funds, insurance, and pension funds; and private equity and hedge funds. It also addresses Islamic financing and consolidation in financial institutions and markets. Featuring up-to-date case studies in its second half, Strategies of Banks and Other Financial Institutions proposes a useful theoretical framework and strategic perspectives about risk, regulation, markets, and challenges driving the financial sectors. Describes theories and practices that define classes of institutions and differentiate one financial institution from another Presents short, focused treatments of risk and growth strategies by balancing theories and cases Places Islamic banking and finance into a comprehensive, universal perspective188.8.131.52.2 Mortgages The credit union offers mortgage such as ARMs, biweekly mortgages, deed of trust and second mortgages, fixed-rate mortgages, and more. Second mortgages are used for debt consolidation or home improvement, which anbsp;...
|Title||:||Strategies of Banks and Other Financial Institutions|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-07-16|