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The Resource Dangerous markets : managing in financial crises, Dominic Barton, Roberto Newell, Gregory Wilson

Dangerous markets : managing in financial crises, Dominic Barton, Roberto Newell, Gregory Wilson

Label
Dangerous markets : managing in financial crises
Title
Dangerous markets
Title remainder
managing in financial crises
Statement of responsibility
Dominic Barton, Roberto Newell, Gregory Wilson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Barton, Dominic
Dewey number
338.5/42
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD49
LC item number
.B367 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Newell, Roberto
  • Wilson, Greg
Series statement
Wiley finance
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Crisis management
  • Financial crises
Label
Dangerous markets : managing in financial crises, Dominic Barton, Roberto Newell, Gregory Wilson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Series from jacket
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-292) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I:
  • Understanding Financial Crises
  • Recognizing New Global Market Realities
  • Increasing Risk of Financial Crises
  • Why Financial Crises Are on the Rise
  • You Can Run, But You Can't Hide From Crises
  • Looking ahead
  • Using Crisis Dynamics to See Growing Risks
  • The Chronology of a Crisis
  • The Dynamics of a Financial Crisis
  • Preface
  • The Corporate Sector : Assessing Value Destruction
  • The Financial Sector : Banks in Distress
  • Understanding the Impact of Macroeconomic Catalysts, Foreign Funding, and Asset Bubbles
  • Conclusions and Outlook for Future Crises
  • Ten Warning Signs of a Financial Crisis
  • Estimating Value Destruction in the Economy
  • Why Corporate Sectors Underperform in Crisis Economies
  • Part II:
  • Earning the Right to Win
  • Managing the First Hundred Days
  • Why Manage Financial Crises Proactively?
  • Taking Five Tactical Steps When a Crisis Hits
  • Developing a Crisis Management Approach
  • Managing the CEO Agenda
  • Painting the Picture of a Financial Crisis
  • How Companies Can Strengthen Funding Before a Crisis
  • Using Scenario Planning in Financial Crises
  • Capturing Strategic Opportunities After the Storm
  • Recognizing Significant Opportunities in a Crisis
  • Moving from Boundaries to Greater Degrees of Freedom
  • Executing Successfully to Capture Crisis Opportunities
  • Why we wrote Dangerous markets
  • Leveraging Strategic Opportunities in Financial Crises : The Successful Story of NCNB
  • Part III:
  • Managing Unique Banking Risks
  • Driving Successful Bank Turnarounds
  • Ensuring Turnaround Success : Seven Management Actions
  • Mellon Bank's Successful Turnaround
  • Christiana Bank's Successful Turnaround
  • Filanbanco's Failed Turnaround
  • Government Stewardship of Troubled Banks
  • Government's Role in Bank Turnaround Strategies
  • Introduction to Dangerous markets
  • Building a Rationale for Official Support in a Financial Crisis
  • Minimizing Costs Through NPL Recovery Excellence
  • Developing World-Class NPL Recovery Capabilities
  • Special Issues Raised When NPLs Are Managed by Governments
  • Management Lessons : Good Banks/Bad Banks in Scandinavia
  • Part IV:
  • Building for the Future
  • Strengthening System Safeguards
  • Moving to Global Standards for Corporate Governance
  • Adopting Better Accounting Standards
  • Financial Storms Are Destabilizing
  • Developing Capital Markets
  • Resetting Regulatory Regimes
  • Building an Effective Legal Foundation
  • Sixteen Elements of Good Corporate Governance
  • Singapore's Development as an International Financial Center
  • The Discipline of the Market for Corporate Control : Issues for CEOs
  • Designing a New, Market-Driven Financial Architecture
  • Recognizing the Limitations of Current Standards and Approaches
  • Enhancing the Private Sector's Role in Setting Standards to Reduce the Risk of Future Crises
  • FSF Compendium of Standards
  • Financial Crises Can Be Understood, Anticipated, Managed, and Prevented
  • What This Book Is and Is Not
  • Who Needs to Read Dangerous Markets?
Control code
50124246
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 300 pages
Isbn
9780471226864
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002009965
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Dangerous markets : managing in financial crises, Dominic Barton, Roberto Newell, Gregory Wilson
Publication
Note
Series from jacket
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-292) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I:
  • Understanding Financial Crises
  • Recognizing New Global Market Realities
  • Increasing Risk of Financial Crises
  • Why Financial Crises Are on the Rise
  • You Can Run, But You Can't Hide From Crises
  • Looking ahead
  • Using Crisis Dynamics to See Growing Risks
  • The Chronology of a Crisis
  • The Dynamics of a Financial Crisis
  • Preface
  • The Corporate Sector : Assessing Value Destruction
  • The Financial Sector : Banks in Distress
  • Understanding the Impact of Macroeconomic Catalysts, Foreign Funding, and Asset Bubbles
  • Conclusions and Outlook for Future Crises
  • Ten Warning Signs of a Financial Crisis
  • Estimating Value Destruction in the Economy
  • Why Corporate Sectors Underperform in Crisis Economies
  • Part II:
  • Earning the Right to Win
  • Managing the First Hundred Days
  • Why Manage Financial Crises Proactively?
  • Taking Five Tactical Steps When a Crisis Hits
  • Developing a Crisis Management Approach
  • Managing the CEO Agenda
  • Painting the Picture of a Financial Crisis
  • How Companies Can Strengthen Funding Before a Crisis
  • Using Scenario Planning in Financial Crises
  • Capturing Strategic Opportunities After the Storm
  • Recognizing Significant Opportunities in a Crisis
  • Moving from Boundaries to Greater Degrees of Freedom
  • Executing Successfully to Capture Crisis Opportunities
  • Why we wrote Dangerous markets
  • Leveraging Strategic Opportunities in Financial Crises : The Successful Story of NCNB
  • Part III:
  • Managing Unique Banking Risks
  • Driving Successful Bank Turnarounds
  • Ensuring Turnaround Success : Seven Management Actions
  • Mellon Bank's Successful Turnaround
  • Christiana Bank's Successful Turnaround
  • Filanbanco's Failed Turnaround
  • Government Stewardship of Troubled Banks
  • Government's Role in Bank Turnaround Strategies
  • Introduction to Dangerous markets
  • Building a Rationale for Official Support in a Financial Crisis
  • Minimizing Costs Through NPL Recovery Excellence
  • Developing World-Class NPL Recovery Capabilities
  • Special Issues Raised When NPLs Are Managed by Governments
  • Management Lessons : Good Banks/Bad Banks in Scandinavia
  • Part IV:
  • Building for the Future
  • Strengthening System Safeguards
  • Moving to Global Standards for Corporate Governance
  • Adopting Better Accounting Standards
  • Financial Storms Are Destabilizing
  • Developing Capital Markets
  • Resetting Regulatory Regimes
  • Building an Effective Legal Foundation
  • Sixteen Elements of Good Corporate Governance
  • Singapore's Development as an International Financial Center
  • The Discipline of the Market for Corporate Control : Issues for CEOs
  • Designing a New, Market-Driven Financial Architecture
  • Recognizing the Limitations of Current Standards and Approaches
  • Enhancing the Private Sector's Role in Setting Standards to Reduce the Risk of Future Crises
  • FSF Compendium of Standards
  • Financial Crises Can Be Understood, Anticipated, Managed, and Prevented
  • What This Book Is and Is Not
  • Who Needs to Read Dangerous Markets?
Control code
50124246
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 300 pages
Isbn
9780471226864
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002009965
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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