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Bank Financial Management Mid Semester Notes

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Covers Topics 1 - 5: - LECTURE 1: WHY ARE FIS SPECIAL? - LECTURE 2: CREDIT RISK I – CREDIT RISKS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOANS - LECTURE 3: CREDIT RISK II – LOAN PORTFOLIO AND CONCENTRATION RISK - LECTURE 4: SOVEREIGN RISK - LECTURE 5: INTEREST RATE RISK

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Finance Money Economy Loans Mortgage loan Debt Financial risk Probability of default Bank Credit risk Mortgage underwriting in the United States
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Finance Money Economy Loans Mortgage loan Debt Financial risk Probability of default Bank Credit risk Mortgage underwriting in the United States
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g. banks, credit unions, insurance companies and mutual funds perform the essential function of channeling funds form those with surplus funds (suppliers of funds) to those with shortages of funds (users of funds) • FIs face common risks -­‐ hold assets that are subject to default or credit risk -­‐ tend to mismatch maturities of their balance sheet assets and liabilities to a greater or lesser extent ∴ exposed to interest rate risk -­‐ exposed to ...
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