This book aims to overcome the limitations the variations in bank-specifics impose by providing a bank-specific valuation theoretical framework and a new asset-side model. The book includes also a constructive comparison of equity and asset side methods. The authors present a novel framework entitled, the “Asset Mark-down Model”. This method incorporates an Adjusted Present Value model, which allows practitioners to identify the main value creation sources of a particular bank: from asset-based cash flow and the mark-down on deposits, to tax benefits on bearing liabilities. Through the implementation of this framework, the authors offer a more accurate and more specific approach to valuing banks.
This book provides a detailed analysis of the main innovations and impacts associated with the package of European legislation comprising MiFID II and MiFIR, which constitutes a pillar of the EU’s “single rulebook” for financial regulation. Adopting a research-oriented approach, the authors also consider the practical consequences of the new legislation, to provide a clear description of the new rules and the ways in which they address concerns raised by the financial crisis, as well as an appraisal of the theoretical implications from an EU-wide perspective. The book also presents a comparative analysis of how the package is being implemented within the larger countries of the Eurozone and the United Kingdom, and evaluates the likely consequences for banks’ business models. This research book is a valuable resource for graduate and master’s level students as well as professionals and practitioners interested in understanding the European financial law and, in particular, the dynamics of the investment industry.
This book provides insight into current research topics in finance and banking in the aftermath of the financial crisis. Expert authors authoritatively analyse how banks finance their activities and resolve funding issues. Chapters specifically discuss financial instruments such as corporate bonds, IPOs, sukuks and microfinance investment vehicles (MIVs) in light of the importance of institutional funding gaps. The decision-making process within the banking industry with regard to long-range financial decisions and dividend policies is also discussed.
This book presents research from leading researchers in the European banking field to explore three key areas of banking. In Bank Risk, Governance and Regulation, the authors conduct micro- and macro- level analysis of banking risks and their determinants. They explore areas such as credit quality, bank provisioning, deposit guarantee schemes, corporate governance and cost of capital. The book then goes on to analyse different aspects of the relationship between bank risk management, governance and performance. Lastly the book explores the regulation of systemic risks posed by banks, and examines the effects of novel regulatory sets on bank conduct and profitability. The research in this book focuses on aspects of the European banking system; however it also offers wider insight into the global banking space and offers comparisons to international banking systems. The study provides in-depth insight into many areas of bank risk, governance and regulation, before finally addressing the question: which banking strategies are actually feasible?