Advanced Bank Management
Macmillan Publishers India Pvt. Ltd.
Indian Institute of Banking & Finance
About the book
Advanced Bank Management comprises four modules. The first module on economic analysis explains the micro and macro economics, markets and interest rates, role of money and banking in the economy, inter relationship between fiscal and monetary measures, opportunities and challenges due to integrating our economy with global markets and the latest developments in the banking industry in our country. The second module on business mathematics imparts knowledge on various concepts related to time value of money, sampling methods, bond investments, and basic statistical and provability techniques. The module on human resource management as practiced in banking industry covers all facets of HRM including recruitment, training, rewarding and measuring performance for the overall growth of the individual and the institution. The last module on credit request – be it a project loan or a working capital facility. It further covers the rules and regulations covering the consortium financing, the methods of credit-monitoring and ways of tackling the stressed loans including rehabilitation through CDR and eventual recovery of problem assets through DRT & SARFAESI.
About the Author
Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (Formerly The Indian Institute of Bankers) established in 1928, is a professional body of banks, financial institutions and their employees in India. During its 90 years of service, IIBF has emerged as a premier Institute in banking and finance education of those employed in the sector, aiming for professional excellence. The institute has awarded over 12.75 lakh banking and finance qualification, viz. JAIIB, CAIIB, Diploma, Certificates and Advanced Certificates in specialized areas. The pedagogy of Distance learning offered by the Institute comprises (i) publishing specific courseware for each paper/examination; (II) holding classroom learning through accredited institutions; (III) organizing contact classes; (IV) offering video lectures; (V) offering e-learning through portal; (VI) organizing campus training for selected courses etc.