Risk Management in Banking, 3rd Edition
|Author Name||Joël Bessis|
|About the Author||Joël Bessis (Paris, France) graduated as an Engineer from Ecole Centrale in Paris, earned a Master in Business Administration at Columbia University in New York, and received a Ph. D. in Finance at the University of Paris Dauphine. Since 1980, he has been working as a Professor of Finance at Group HEC, the leading French business school. As an academic, Joel Bessis published various papers and books in the fields of corporate finance, industrial economics, and financial markets. He is a frequent speaker at professional conferences. Joel Bessis developed a dual expertise, as an academic and as a practitioner, holding permanent consulting assignments in corporations and, later, in banks. Joel Bessis worked over 15 years in this area for financial institutions. Joel Bessis has acquired experience in bank wide risk management in many well-known financial institutions. He has been a consultant to risk departments of several banking institutions in Europe. He held a permanent consultancy position for 7 years at Banque Paribas in the Risk Department and for two years at the European Bank for Development (EIB). On leave of absence from HEC Paris from 2000, he was Director of Research at FitchRatings in 2000–2001, Head of Validation at the Risk Department of Ixis, a Paris-based Investment Bank, and held the same position at “Groupe Caisse d’Epargne”, one the major French banks, until 2006. He is now Professor at HEC Paris and maintains consultancy assignments in Banks. He conducts executive training in risk management in Eastern Europe, US and Asia.|
|About the Book||Never before has risk management been so important.
Now in its third edition, this seminal work by Joël Bessis has been comprehensively revised and updated to take into account the changing face of risk management.
Fully restructured, featuring new material and discussions on new financial products, derivatives, Basel II, credit models based on time intensity models, implementing risk systems and intensity models of default, it also includes a section on Subprime that discusses the crisis mechanisms and makes numerous references throughout to the recent stressed financial conditions. The book postulates that risk management practices and techniques remain of major importance, if implemented in a sound economic way with proper governance.
Risk Management in Banking, Third Edition considers all aspects of risk management emphasizing the need to understand conceptual and implementation issues of risk management and examining the latest techniques and practical issues, including:
Risk regulations and accounting standards
Market risk models
Credit risk models
Credit portfolio models
Credit portfolio management
Building on the considerable success of this classic work, the third edition is an indispensable text for MBA students, practitioners in banking and financial services, bank regulators and auditors alike.