9781137332080

Bank Performance, Risk and Securitisation

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    9781137332080

  • ISBN10:

    1137332085

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-12-06
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

Bank Performance, Risk and Securitisation brings together the latest research on banking, financial markets, and the recent financial crisis. Written by a group of leading scholars, it offers both empirical and theoretical perspectives on topics such as Basel III and bank efficiency; microcredit securitization; asset-backed securitization and credit risk; asset management issues in sovereign wealth funds. It also examines the impact of the new structural liquidity rules on the profitability of EU banks and examines China's controlled potential property bubble and its economic slowdown. The book provides state-of-the-art scholarly research on bank performance, risk and securitisation and is essential reading for scholars, researchers, graduate students and consulting firms interested in banking and financial markets.

Author Biography

Joseph Falzon is Head of the Department of Banking and Finance, and Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy at the University of Malta, Malta. He is the author of several local and foreign publications and of numerous papers on the Maltese economy. He has served as a consultant to several organizations including the Malta Tourism Authority, the Bank of Valletta, the Central Bank of Malta, the Office of Fair Competition, Enemalta, the Housing Authority and the Chamber of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (GRTU). He serves on the Executive Committee of the European Association of University Lecturers in Banking and Finance. His research interests include hedge fund strategies, portfolio management, trading futures strategies, micro finance, and economic development.

Table of Contents

1. The Impact of the New Structural Liquidity Rules on the Profitability of EU Banks; Laura Chiaramonte, Barbara Casu and Roberto Bottiglia
2. Basel III and Banking Efficiency; Ted Lindblom and Magnus Willesson
3. Estimating the Probability of Financial Distress in European Markets: Prediction Models and Empirical Applications; Andrea Cerri, Gimede Gigante and Kim Salvadori
4. Performance Management Systems in Swedish Savings Banks: A Longitudinal Study through the Deregulations' First Quarter of a Century; Viktor Lundberg
5. Does Asset-Backed Securitization Affect the Credit Risk of the Originator Banks? The Italian Case; Francesca Battaglia and Maria Mazzuca
6. Microcredit Securitization; Mario La Torre and Fabiomassimo Mango
7. Country Risk: Measurement Approaches and ECAIs Rating; Pasqualina Porretta, Gianfranco A. Vento and Fabrizio Santoboni
8. Top Players in Central and Eastern Europe: Does their Widespread Presence Enhance Bank Efficiency?; Katarzyna Mikolajczyk
9. Asset Management Issues in Sovereign Wealth Funds: An Empirical Analysis; Andrea Paltrinieri and Flavio Pichler
10. A VAR Approach to the Analysis of the Relationship between Oil Prices and Industry Equity Returns; Joseph Falzon and Daniel Castillo
11. China's Controlled Potential Property Bubble and its Economic Slowdown: Overview of Causes and Policy Options; René W.H. van der Linden

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