The Management of Business Lending: A Survey (Google eBook)
The Management of Business Lending: A Survey
This is a detailed, comprehensive account of factors affecting performance in business lending. The study examines the main influences on business lending growth and profitability; reviews new developments in business loan assessment, monitoring, risk management, and pricing; and scrutinizes the nature and reliability of the major forms of business financial information on which lenders actually base their decisions. The study will be useful to senior executives in business/corporate banking,academic specialists, and banking industry economists and investment analysts.
1. The Management of Business Lending: an Overview
2. Organizational Aspects of Business Lending and Management
3. Cultural and Personnel Aspects of Business Lending and Management
4. Technology and Efficiency in Business Lending
5. Economic Aspects of Business Loan Management
6. Lending Risks and Risk Reduction
7. Business Loan Assessment, Monitoring, and Management (1): General
8. Business Loan Assessment, Monitoring, and Management (2): Information
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