- major technological changes in the banking sector;
- risk management;
- integrating click and brick banking services; and
- problems and solutions with regard to banks’ balance sheet, corporate planning, corporate personnel and e-banking.
The authors argue that overcoming these challenges is the key to acquiring competitive advantages and developing a sound market for financial services. This book would be helpful for the students of banking, financial management and bank management.
Financial institutions across the world are discovering the gamut of financial services they can offer over the Internet. Connectivity, speed and convenience are the buzzwords that have pushed e-finance to become a part of our every day lives.
This interesting book traces the detail of penetration of e-finance and its use in business. It shows the potential to improve the quality and scope of financial services and expands the opportunities for trading risks. E-finance can also widen the access to financial services for a much greater set of retail and commercial clients by offering more cost effective services.
It will be of great interest to professionals and students in banking and financial services.