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作者 Ben Bouheni, Faten
書名 Banking Governance, Performance and Risk-Taking : Conventional Banks vs Islamic Banks
出版項 Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016
©2016
國際標準書號 9781119361466 (electronic bk.)
9781786300829
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (279 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- PART 1. From Corporate Governance to Banking Governance -- 1. Corporate Governance: A Brief Literature Review -- 1.1. The features of corporate governance -- 1.1.1. Definitions of corporate governance -- 1.1.2. Nature of the agency problem -- 1.1.3. Origins of the agency problem -- 1.1.4. Solutions -- 1.2. Fundamental theories of corporate governance -- 1.2.1. Transaction cost theory -- 1.2.2. Agency theory -- 1.2.3. Stewardship theory -- 1.2.4. Stakeholder theory -- 1.2.5. Resource dependency theory -- 1.2.6. Political theory -- 1.3. Corporate governance and ethics -- 1.3.1. Ethics in Islamic finance -- 1.4. Corporate governance and psychological biases -- 1.4.1. Transnational governance -- 2. Banking Governance -- 2.1. Banking -- 2.1.1. What is banking? -- 2.1.2. Banking structure -- 2.1.3. Universal banking -- 2.1.4. Bank holding companies -- 2.1.5. Offshore banks -- 2.2. Central banks -- 2.2.1. Monetary control or price stability -- 2.2.2. Prudential control -- 2.2.3. Government debt placement -- 2.3. Special features of banks -- 2.3.1. Special activities of banks -- 2.3.2. Special problems of banks -- 2.4. Special features of banking governance -- 2.4.1. Banking governance -- 2.4.2. Information asymmetries -- 2.4.3. Moral hazard -- 3. Islamic Banking Governance -- 3.1. Specific products of Islamic banking -- 3.2. Financial transactions of Islamic banks with the bank's participation -- 3.2.1. Mudarbah (profit sharing) -- 3.2.2. Musharkah (joint venture) -- 3.3. Financial transactions of Islamic banks without the bank's participation -- 3.3.1. Murabahah (cost plus) -- 3.3.2. Musawamah -- 3.3.3. Ijarah -- 3.3.4. Bai al-inah (sale and buy back agreement) -- 3.3.5. Bai' Bithaman Ajil (deferred payment sale) -- 3.3.6. Bai Muajjal (credit sale) -- 3.3.7. Bai Salam
3.3.8. Hibah (gift) -- 3.3.9. Qard Hassan (good loan) -- 3.3.10. Wadiah (safekeeping) -- 3.3.11. Sukuk (Islamic bonds) -- 3.3.12. Takaful (Islamic insurance) -- 3.3.13. Wakalah (agency) -- 3.3.14. Tawarruq -- 3.3.15. Deposits -- 3.3.16. Islamic investment funds -- 3.4. Overview of Islamic banking -- 3.4.1. Classical Islamic banking -- 3.4.2. Modern Islamic banking -- 3.5. The Islamic development bank -- 3.6. Features of Islamic banking governance -- 4. Mechanisms of Corporate Governance, Banking Governance and Islamic Banking Governance -- 4.1. Mechanisms of corporate governance -- 4.1.1. Internal mechanisms -- 4.1.2. External mechanisms -- 4.2. Mechanisms of banking governance -- 4.2.1. Internal mechanisms -- 4.2.2. External mechanisms -- 4.3. Mechanisms of Islamic banking governance -- 4.3.1. Shariah supervisory boards -- 4.3.2. The Shariah review units -- 4.3.3. The Islamic Financial Services Board -- 4.3.4. The Islamic International Rating Agency -- PART 2. Banking Performance -- 5. Performance Measurement -- 5.1. Performance measurement: definitions -- 5.2. Performance measurement tools -- 5.2.1. Classical methods -- 5.2.2. Modern methods -- 6. Corporate Governance and Performance -- 6.1. Ownership structure and performance -- 6.1.1. CEO ownership -- 6.2. Board structure and performance -- 6.2.1. Board size -- 6.2.2. CEO duality -- 6.3. Incentive pay and performance -- 6.4. Legal protection and performance -- 6.5. Audit committee and performance -- PART 3. Banking Risk-Taking -- 7. Banking Governance and Performance -- 7.1 Board composition in banking -- 7.2. Ownership structure -- 7.3. Incentive pay -- 7.4. Regulation and supervision -- 7.5. BCBS -- 8. Banking Risk Analysis -- 8.1. Risk exposure for conventional banks -- 8.1.1. Definition of risk -- 8.2. Risk exposure for Islamic banks -- 9. Banking Risk Management
9.1. Traditional risk management techniques -- 9.1.1. Asset-liability management -- 9.1.2. Financial derivatives -- 9.2. International risk management tools -- 9.2.1. Basel I -- 9.2.2. Basel II -- 9.2.3. Basel III -- 9.3. Market risk management -- 9.3.1. Risk-adjusted return on capital -- 9.3.2. Market VAR -- 9.3.3. Monte Carlo methods -- 9.3.4. The beta method -- 9.4. Credit risk management -- 9.4.1. Minimizing credit risk -- 9.4.2. Assessing the default risk -- 9.4.3. Credit VAR -- 9.5. Management of operational risk -- 9.5.1. Qualitative methods -- 9.5.2. Quantitative methods -- 9.6. Board responsibilities in risk management -- 9.7. Manager responsibilities in risk management -- 9.8. Islamic banking risk management -- 9.8.1. IFSB principles of credit risk management -- 9.8.2. IFSB principles of liquidity risk management -- 9.8.3. FSB principle of market risk management -- 9.8.4. Operational risk management -- 10. Corporate Governance and Risk-Taking -- 10.1. Board of supervisors and risk-taking -- 10.2. Regulation: supervision and risk-taking -- 10.3. Ownership and risk-taking -- 10.4. Audit committee and risk-taking -- 10.5. Incentive pay and risk-taking -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Glossary -- Index -- Other titles from iSTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management -- EULA
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鏈接 Print version: Ben Bouheni, Faten Banking Governance, Performance and Risk-Taking : Conventional Banks vs Islamic Banks Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2016 9781786300829
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