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Managing Indian Banks

Managing Indian Banks
The Challenges Ahead

Third Edition

June 2018 | 364 pages | SAGE Response
This revised and updated edition of Managing Indian Banks: The Challenges Ahead equips the senior and middle management of banks/financial institutions in dealing with extremely complex issues that have emerged in the post sub prime lending crisis. Highlighting the way organisations can develop systems in a proactive manner to deal with the myriad problems facing them, this book focuses on

- major technological changes in the banking sector;
- risk management;
- integrating click and brick banking services; and
- problems and solutions with regard to banks’ balance sheet, corporate planning, corporate personnel and e-banking.

The authors argue that overcoming these challenges is the key to acquiring competitive advantages and developing a sound market for financial services. This book would be helpful for the students of banking, financial management and bank management.
The State We are in: Impact of the Reform Process
The Problems Ahead: Macro Economic and Micro Management
Banks' Balance Sheets: An Approach to Evaluation Techniques
Corporate Planning, the Driver's Seat: A New Road Map
Technology Developments in Banking: Impact Assessment
Cyber Laws: The IT Act 2000 and the Difficulties in Enforcement
Risk Management: Risk Perceptions and Techniques for Assessment and Management
Bank Investments: An Overview
Investment Risk Management
Analyzing Treasuries: A Brief Review of Techniques
Asset and Liability Management: It is an Elementary Requirement
Marketing the Complexities of Brick and Click Marketing
Managing Human Resources: It is a Different Ball Game
Regulating Banking and E-finance Activities

[The authors] have come out with a compact volume, which aims to lay bare the impact of the current economic crisis on Indian banks…the reader is served with the challenges faced by the country’s banking system and of course suggestions to deal with those challenges…. The book is divided into more than a dozen chapters and they cover almost every aspect related to banking, be it banking regulation, marketing, e-banking of course risk management. Good for the layman or anyone who wishes to familiarise herself with the latest in Indian banking.

The Financial Express