The 1st edition of Back Office and Beyond became the benchmark source and reference for 'best practice' in back office procedures. Better attention to back office procedures would have prevented disasters at Barings, Sumitomo, and other causes celebres - not to mention the latest debacle at Allfirst in the USA.This ground breaking book is an essential read for anyone wanting his/her organisation to thrive and survive, containing particularly practical guidance and advice and now extends its cover to the implications of CAD II. There is a compelling requirement for aspects of risk to be situated in the Back/Middle Office areas. Indeed, they should be involved at first base: for if data is not captured accurately, there is little chance of the institution's risk profile being accurate. With so many banks offering similar products and pricing, accurate and speedy settlements have become a competition issue not to be ignored. As an additional reason for purchase, this edition now offers a guide to Equities' settlement also.Technical Analysis from A to Z by Steven Achelis, Probus, 2nd Edition, 2000 Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by Robert Edwards and John Magee, Amacom, 8th Edition 2001 Technical Analysis Explained by Martin Pring, McGraw-Hillanbsp;...
|Title||:||Back Office and Beyond|
|Author||:||Mervyn J. King|
|Publisher||:||Harriman House Limited - 2003|