Call Number: eBook (online resource) and 332.103 F58d 2018
Barron's updated and expanded Dictionary of Banking Terms is an A-Z reference for banking, business, and finance professionals and students. This pocket guide features more than 3,000 terms with definitions and explanations. This quick reference guide covers Investment banking and commercial banking practices, finance and money management, and much more. Diagrams, charts, and line illustrations help clarify concepts and terms.
Lending Power is the compelling story of the nonprofit Center for Community Self-Help, a community-oriented and civil rights-based financial institution that has helped provide loans to those who lacked access to traditional financing while fighting for consumer protection for all Americans.
The U.S. banking system differs from many countries both in the range of services supplied and the complexity of operations. Meanwhile, the U.S. financial markets have become the attraction of worldwide investors. This book explains the three key aspects of the industry: the laws governing the banking institutions, the regulations thereof, and their economics and financial statements in a manner not covered by any competitive publications, of interest to both professionals and scholars who want to better grasp this industry. Auditing a bank and/or liquidating a bank require a set of rules not always well understood. The book provides such an overview.