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Commercial Bank Management

Author: Dr. Dipak Bhandari & Rabindra Ghimire
  • ISBN: 9789937301657
  • Version: English
  • Price NRs. 395
  • Avaliablility: In stock
  • University: Pokhara University

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Commercial Bank Management is a part of modern economics. This subject is proving very challenging as well as demanding subject in view of the growing prospects of modern financial system. However, various books related to banking are available in the markets; there is dearth of books written in the sector of Commercial Bank Management. The learning experience and academic feedback provide that there is no deficiency of books to communicate knowledge in the area of commercial bank management. This book tries to explain role of commercial banks and financial institutions, assets and liabilities management, liquidity management and supervision of commercial bank. The book has been written in a simple and lucid manner. Attempt has been made to narrate even the most difficult ideas in a simple and easy approach.
The book is an attempt to provide in-depth knowledge on commercial bank management. This book is intended for students at the graduate level of business studies and administration, and for those who are seeking to join in banking sector. It is designed as per the students' demand since there is no book of its kind. This book 'Commercial Bank Management' covers function and forms of banking, the regulatory environment, bank capital management, liabilities management, liquidity management, bank lending policies, assets & liabilities management, quantitative models of bank supervision and evaluating bank performance. The general purpose of this book is to provide an analytical perspective to readers how commercial bank fits into the overall financial system.
Although we bear the principal responsibility for this book 'Commercial Bank Management', there are many helpful and supportive hearts, spirits, minds and hands that have made it possible. This book is a work of many processes, ideas, sources, and efforts. Had it not been for the financial, editorial, and moral support extended to us by many people, the work would not have been completed. Wholeheartedly, we acknowledge and appreciate the magnitude of the time, commitment, personal efforts, emotional sacrifices and resources donated by many individuals. We greatly benefited from our stimulating conversations with fellow students and colleagues, in particular, all faculty members of School of Business, Pokhara University. We would like to thank them all for their generous help, constructive criticism and encouragement throughout the various stages of this book.