Emerging Market Bank Lending And Credit Risk Control: Evolving Strategies To Mitigate Credit Risk…

Hardcover | August 10, 2015

byLeonard OnyiriubaEditorLeonard Onyiriuba

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Using a framework of volatile markets Emerging Market Bank Lending and Credit Risk Control covers the theoretical and practical foundations of contemporary credit risk with implications for bank management. Drawing a direct connection between risk and its effects on credit analysis and decisions, the book discusses how credit risk should be correctly anticipated and its impact mitigated within framework of sound credit culture and process in line with the Basel Accords. This is the only practical book that specifically guides bankers through the analysis and management of the peculiar credit risks of counterparties in emerging economies. Each chapter features a one-page overview that introduces its subject and its outcomes. Chapters include summaries, review questions, references, and endnotes. Emphasizes bank credit risk issues peculiar to emerging economies Explains how to attain asset and portfolio quality through efficient lending and credit risk management in high risk-prone emerging economies Presents a simple structure, devoid of complex models, for creating, assessing and managing credit and portfolio risks in emerging economies Provides credit risk impact mitigation strategies in line with the Basel Accords

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Using a framework of volatile markets Emerging Market Bank Lending and Credit Risk Control covers the theoretical and practical foundations of contemporary credit risk with implications for bank management. Drawing a direct connection between risk and its effects on credit analysis and decisions, the book discusses how credit risk shou...

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Using a framework of volatile markets,Emerging Market Bank Lending and Credit Risk Controlcovers the theoretical and practical foundations of contemporary credit risk with implications for bank management. Drawing a direct connection between risk and its effects on credit analysis and decisions, it discusses how credit risk should be c...

Leonard Onyiriuba is a leading banker and author on banking. He started a career in banking in 1991 after a stint as a lecturer in the university. As a banker, he was at various times group head (commercial banking), regional director (Lagos), and divisional director (corporate banking). He currently runs a financial consultancy in Lag...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:738 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:August 10, 2015Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128034386

ISBN - 13:9780128034385

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Table of Contents

I Background, Context, and Overview of Subject Matter

5 chapters

II Bank Credit Taxonomies, Markets, and Risk Control

6 chapters

III Credit Risk Dynamics, Analysis, and Management in Emerging Markets

7 chapters

IV Asset Portfolio Quality, Risk and Control

7 chapters

Editorial Reviews

"Leo Onyiriuba has provided a valuable addition to the scant literature on credit risk management in African banks. The book's strong focus on credit and portfolio risk management in emerging markets, management of non-performing credit facilities, establishment of sound bank lending principles, and interrelated key chapters make this a benchmark publication offering guidance and technical analysis of exactly what constitutes sound banking practice."  --Morton Glantz, Fordham Graduate School of Business