This book considers financial services as a single, unified industry, reflecting the unparalleled changes that have occured in the field during the past five years. Taking a practitioner's perspective, it brings together a wide range of views from executives in all segments of the industry who reflect on problems they have commonly confronted in their fields as the industry amalgamates, how the changes are affecting banks, securities brokers, insurance firms, and other institutions, and their personal experiences and views on how to cope with the changes. Also looks at how financial services will develop through the '80s and beyond.... -division structure of, 357 relationship management and, 256-257 search firms and, 399 stock market acceptance. ... Richard B., 263 Blackwell, David J., 308- 320 Blake, Robert R., 347 BMW, 74 Board of directors and strategic planning, 373anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Financial services handbook|
|Author||:||Eileen M. Friars|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Interscience - 1987-02-13|