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Banking Regulation Case Study
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10 pages in length. Because depository institutions need to be as efficient yet safe as possible in their myriad duties concerned with protecting their customers assets, banking regulations must be in place which will create this safe and efficient environment. However, while this is a general, overall consensus of the problem as a whole, it needs to be broken down into sub-groups and each sub-group must then be addressed in order to consider the solution as a whole. The solution to this is presented in this excellent case study of the banking industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAbkreg.wps

Banking Systems in Canada and China; A Comparison
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This 3 page paper outlines and compares the banking systems seen in Canada and China, including the role of the central banks and the influence of government on the operations of the central bank. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEbancanchi.rtf

Banking Systems of Argentina and the United States
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A 7 page paper comparing the central banking systems of Argentina and the US. It appears that the primary difference in the central banks of Argentina and the US (aside from direct government involvement) is the ability of each to control the money supply as well as interest rates as instruments used in fine-tuning the orchestration of the market as described by Adam Smith. Smith’s “invisible hand” can become too heavy for the market to bear without any central bank intervention, but the central banks of both Argentina and the United States both have demonstrated in too-recent memory that ill-advised action can be as detrimental as no action at all. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSargBank.rtf

Banking; Products and Relationship with Customers
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This 6 page paper examines services available with from an on shore bank, explaining what they are, how they work. After this the paper then explains how the bank manages the relationship with the customers balancing the needs of savers and borrowers. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEbanking.rtf

BANKRUPTCY ACT OF 2009: ADVANTAGES
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This 5-page paper lists the advantages of the Helping Families Save Their Homes in Bankruptcy Act of 2009, which includes the fact that homeowners can stay in their homes while they settle on their debts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTbankract.rtf

Bankruptcy in the Hospitality Industry
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A 20 page paper examining the topic of bankruptcy and how to avoid it. Bankruptcy carries less negative connotation than it did in the past, but the need for it in the hospitality industry – or any other, for that matter – indicates that management has not properly identified trends or accurately assessed the organization’s place in its industry. Sound financial management does not occur in a vacuum. It is dependent on accurate assessment of the state of the industry; economic conditions in industries that can affect the hospitality industry; regional and global economic conditions; political stability and a host of other issues. It is dependent on the identification and pursuit of appropriate strategy and must take into account changing customer needs as it strives to meet those needs. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: KShotelFinBankr.rtf

BANKS - COST OF CAPITAL VIA CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS
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This 4-page paper discusses cost of capital, credit default swaps, and the impact of the financial meltdown on both. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTbacoscap.rtf

Banks' Involvement in the Subprime Meltdown
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A 4 page paper discussing banks' contributions to the fallout of the subprime mortgage market that by late 2007 also has affected banks outside of the US. Most banks cannot directly participate in the subprime market, but they indirectly take part in it through their trading in and holding of the Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) instruments that comprise much of the foundation of the asset-based securities that provide subprime funding. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KSfinBnkMort.rtf


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