Financial Institutions Management

Financial institutions management refers to the different management techniques and methods used by the senior management of financial institutions for running their organizations in a smooth manner.

Financial institutions management forms an integral part of the financial sector or industry.

The managers of financial institutions face various forms of risk and financial institutions management focuses on how these risks can be managed with the help of various tools and techniques. Relevant information and statistics are provided by the credit unions, non-banking financial institutions, and insurance companies, and other types of financial services providers and these data offer a comprehensive idea about the challenges thrown by various factors. The factors include the following:
Interest rate risk
Credit risk
Market risk
Liquidity risk

One of the principal objectives of the management of financial institutions is to maintain a balance between return and risk. Of late, it has been witnessed that the methods and techniques used by the financial institutions for managing the different risks faced by their managers are getting more and more similar in nature. This is irrespective of the financial institution being a savings bank, commercial bank, insurance company, or an investment bank. This might be a consequence of globalization.

 

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Last Updated on : 27th June 2013