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Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises recognizes that no global corporation or financial institution can afford to ignore the potential of a financial storm and will help top management and financial professionals navigate through this often disastrous maze.
While many books discuss financial crises and their ramifications, none has presented an action plan for managing these storms until now. Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises presents a method that allows executives and financial professionals to recognize the warning signs of a financial crisis and act appropriately before the situation spirals out of control. Based on years of research and practice in cleaning up the mess, McKinsey consultants Barton, Newell, and Wilson reveal the warning signs of potential financial catastrophes and provide unique principles that can be followed to shape and manage a strategy for survival.
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Financial Statement Analysis Martin S. Quantitative Momentum Wesley R. Deep Value Tobias E. Dynamic Hedging Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Financial Modeling and Valuation Paul Pignataro. Alternative Investments Mark J. The Conscious Investor John Price. Flap copy In a world of increasing financial globalization, the impact of financial crises can have far-reaching effects-entire financial systems collapse, companies go bankrupt, government debt increases, unemployment explodes, and social unrest typically mounts.
For these and many other reasons, financial crises have become too costly to shareholders and societies to leave unmanaged. The fact is that investors, CEOs, top-level executives, and even governments can no longer assume a wait-and-see position; they must manage financial crises proactively to successfully navigate through these financial storms.
Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises
Whether you're an investor looking to avoid losses, an executive managing a company, or a public official thrust into a financial crisis, Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises is the first crisis management guidebook that comprehensively addresses the unique challenges posed by financial crises.
Through real-world case studies and professional perspectives, this book will show you how to anticipate and manage a financial crisis as well as how to prosper during this chaotic period. Divided into four equally informative parts, Dangerous Markets covers a wide range of financial crisis topics and offers proven advice for a number of potentially hazardous situations. Filled with valuable insights and recent foreign and domestic examples, Dangerous Markets is a flexible road map that provides practical solutions and actionable strategies.
Financial crises are indiscriminate and sometimes inevitable. Many individuals, institutions, and governments were unprepared for events such as the Asian crisis or the Russian debt default.
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Don't get caught up in the whirlwind of the next financial crisis. Pick up Dangerous Markets and be prepared to act, rather than react. Back cover copy "Financial crises are hardly limited to the purview of central bankers and regulators.
The authors skillfully demonstrate that financial crises offer both peril and promise. Fragmented, local market and industry structures? Relatively self-contained national economies? More decision makers — billions of individual decisions by consumers, laborers, producers, and investors? Significant change in the balance of world power e. Growing gap between developed and developing countries 50 Mainly violent conflicts e. Growing global threat by terrorists 0 94 96 98 00 Source: www.
Keep an eye on the warning signs 2. Conserve cash and restructure debt 3. Conduct scenario planning 5. Growth and term structure of loans from foreign banks? Asset price bubbles several years? Shifting deposits or rapidly rising deposit rates? Government deficit as percentage of GDP? Thai Farmers Bank — Thailand? Christiana Bank — Norway? Citibank Asia — Indonesia? NationsBank BankAmerica — U. Mellon Bank — U. Coca-Cola — U. Emerson — U. GE Capital — U. Newbridge Capital — U. Views of foreign direct investment and competition? Trust in public vs.
Debate on role of government in economy, financial sector? Compliance with international standards? Lifestyle and education Customer behavior and needs? Customer acquisition and switching costs? Flight to safety, quality? Preferred institutions e.
Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises (Wiley Finance)
Purchasing power of customers? Suppressed needs or latent demand e. New entry and exit requirements? New products and services allowed? New rules for competitive behavior e. Other new rules taxes, zoning Competitive landscape?