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Copy of Critical Thinking In Banking and Finance
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Banking. by: William A. Scott
Consumer Banks vs. Merchant Banks vs. Investment Banks
The Principles of Banking by: Moodrad Choudry
Fragile by Design by: Charles W. Calomiris
and Stephen H. Haber
Investment Banking Equity Research Analyst
Whats Wrong with the Money Multiplier?
by: Blake Brandt
Critical Thinking In Banking and Finance
The purpose of the book is to help understand banks, and how to start to make sound decisions in the world of banking. A few found this book to be a great stepping stone and guide to the mechanics of banking.
A step up from a beginners book, The Principles of Banking gets to the fundamentals and the proper way on how banks work. Students and bankers praise the flow and versatility of the book along with the technical essentials all can benefit from.
Once again a step up and really challenges the reader to think critically on the banking system. Fragile by Design take it to the next step and begins to compare our banking successes and failures with the rest of the world. One main topic many thought to be useful was the issue of credit and how important it is to banking and financing.
Relationship Banking: What do we Know? by: Arnoud W.A. Boot
Discusses how banking fits into the core of economics and the pros and cons of the services that it provides. Also begins to talk about the competitive environment of banking.
Banking and Financing by: Gholarmreza Nakhaeizadeh, Elmar Steurer, Kai Bartlmae
Banking and Financing talks about the beginning of banking and delves deep into the new technology available and how it has effected the banking world. It also gives examples of how and what technology is applicable to what services a bank offers.
Capital Requirements and the Behavior of Commercial Banks by: Jean-Charles Rochet
A study of the regulations of the choices by banks. Meaning there are rules to how much of a risk banks can go into before hanging out loans. Jean-Charles writes about how banks should expand these views and take on specialized projects to invest in, and in the end he believes it will maximize profit.
This ad uses our group pressure against by stating,
"You can't Trust a Bank." Many belive banks cannot
be trusted and therefore many people would look
to see what the small print says. It also can be
confusing to those who know that Frost is a bank
and see that the ad states. This will also encourage
the reader to read the fine print. Finally, in the fine
print it tells you why you should trust Frost Bank
because of there excellent customer service and also
provides a phone number and a easy link to follow.
This can also be seen as group pressure. There have
always been letters with your bank statement and bills
and now technology is progressing enough to move all
statements and bills to digital. The billboard resembles a typical bill and states, "Avoid tongue paper cuts. Pay bills online. Free." This shows that the banking world wants to move toward the future at no cost to you. The ad is very easily understood and makes no absurd promises or provides any technical information. It is simple and funny enough to be enjoyed by all and sends a clear message.
Money by: Pink Floyd