Citations with the tag: BANKING industry
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- BUSINESS BANKS.
// Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 2009 Book of Lists, p68
A list of the top business banks in Las Vegas, Nevada for 2009 ranked based on business loan portfolio in 2007 is presented, including Nevada State Bank, Bank of Nevada and Community Bank of Nevada.
- AS/UCLA banks on grab-and-go.
// FoodService Director; 01/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p10
Presents information on Associated Students/UCLA's (AS/UCLA) removal of a management layer to aid their penetration of the banking market with emphasis on grab-and-go concepts. Detailed information on this move; Reasons for this move; Comments from Dave Nirenberg, AS/UCLA.
- Playing Both Sides.
Hahn, Avital Louria // Investment Dealers' Digest; 8/18/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 33, p30
Focuses on banking/client relationships in the U.S. Lawsuit filed by Dana Corp. against UBS; Management of conflicts between banks and clients.
- The Scramble To Brand.
Celarier, Michelle // Investment Dealers' Digest; 10/27/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 41, p30
Focuses on the branding strategies of banks in the U.S. Perception of brands by consumers; Differentiation of banks; Benefits from branding; Demystification of finance.
- The unofficial guide to bank references.
Stafford, James // Accountancy Ireland; Apr98, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p22
Presents a guide to bank references. Need for bank references; Assessment of the credit limit of a customer.
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p82
Details several developments in the banking sector of New Zealand as of September 1997. Establishment of foreign-owned banks; Impact of the proposed Retirement Savings Scheme on banks; Role of accountants in international banking.
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p77
Details several developments in the banking sector of New Zealand as of October 1997. Includes a probable solution to the venture capital problem; Departure of the state from rural banking; Merchandizing alliances of the Bank of New Zealand.
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p81
Reports several developments in relation to banks and banking in New Zealand as of November 1997. Includes the elimination of bricks and mortar sites by joint stocks banks and trading banks; Purpose of the Forecasting and Policy system of Reserve Bank; Sources of inflation; Emphasis on youth in...
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Mar1998, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p81
Presents information pertaining to banking. Reference to the Bank of New Zealand; Information on the primacy of banking as it relates to the Asian currency and credit crisis; Definition of balance in banking terms.
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Apr98, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p85
Presents information pertaining banks in New Zealand. Reference to the attractive prospect of a Maori bank; Information on profit-gouging in banks; How convergence infiltrated the banking system.
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Jul98, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p81
Presents information pertaining to banking. Amount of money the Australian dollar was traded for in United States; Factors which contributed to the decrease in the value of the Australian dollar; Comparison between Australia's banking system and New Zealand; Views of Liz Brown, secretary of the...
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Aug98, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p84
Provides information on banks and banking in New Zealand. Claims made by the Manufacturers' Federation regarding the increase in banks forex transaction charges by 9.2 percent; Reference to the Moody's and the Standard and Poor index; Impact of the British secondary banking crash of the 1970s on...
Stafford, James // Chartered Accountants Journal; Sep98, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p83
Presents information on banking in New Zealand. Information on Lloyds, a joint-stock bank; Strategy of TSB, a Zealand-owned bank, and the Southland Building Society; Number of registered banks under the supervision of the Reserve Bank; Decrease in the net wealth of New Zealanders.
- Development of the Market for Banking Services After Russian Joins the World Trade Organization.
Mekhriakov, V. // Problems of Economic Transition; Jan2003, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p67
Analyzes the condition of banking sector in Russia. Capital and assets of the banking system; Problems associated with the liberalization of foreign banks' access to the national market; Share of foreign capital in credit markets.
- Florida may speed up roads, save money using a new state infrastructure bank.
McEntee, Christopher // Bond Buyer; 10/24/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30259, p1
Reports on Florida state officials' eagerness in the development of a federally backed state infrastructure bank. Aid to its plans to build more roads with greater savings; Benefits on roads and transportation projects; Proposed site for the bank.
- Top Trustee Banks (by Number of Issues): All of 2001.
McEntee, Christopher // Bond Buyer; 1/2/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31295, p33
Presents information related to ranking of trustee banks in the U.S. as of January 2, 2003. Amount of bond issues handled by Bank of New York; Number of bond issues dealt in by the Wells Fargo Bank; Ranking of National City Bank for the year 2001.
- Top Trustee Banks (by Dollar Volume): All of 2001.
McEntee, Christopher // Bond Buyer; 1/2/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31295, p33
Presents information related to ranking of trustee banks in the U.S. as of January 2, 2003. Amount of bond issues handled by Bank of New York; Number of bond issues dealt in by Wells Fargo Bank; Ranking of National City Bank for the year 2001.
- Economic Structure and Context: Financial System.
McEntee, Christopher // Pakistan Country Monitor; Aug2010, p14
The article looks at the condition of financial system in Pakistan.
- Market players.
McEntee, Christopher // Finance Week; 7/14/2003, p60
Offers a look at the condition of the banking sector in South Africa. Top market players; Defining characteristic of a corporate bank; Niche banks in South Africa.
- Concentrating on concentration.
De Klerk, Vic // Finance Week; 7/28/2003, p76
Reports on developments in the banking industry in South Africa in 2003. Increased concentration in the banking sector; Herfindahl-Hirschman index for the banking sector; Level of competition.
- Why Don't They.
De Klerk, Vic // ABA Banking Journal; Apr80, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p29
Reports on the results of a survey related to banking in the United States. Rise in discretionary income; Economic discontent over inflation.
- ABA NEWSLETTER.
De Klerk, Vic // ABA Banking Journal; Apr80, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p37
Reports on developments related to banks and banking in the U.S. as of April 1980. One-week bank personnel school; Contents of 'A Data Processing Contingency Planning Workbook'; Educational opportunities of bank investments personnel.
- Leftovers are PR.
De Klerk, Vic // ABA Banking Journal; Apr80, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p64
Reports on the marketing strategy of First Bank of Oak Park, Illinois.
- Regulators field bankers' questions.
De Klerk, Vic // ABA Banking Journal; Apr80, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p102
Answers questions related to banks and banking in the U.S. Loss of money to savings and loan associations; Reinstatement of the differential on money market deposits.
- Opportunity for banks: self-funded benefits.
Chicos, Paul G. // ABA Banking Journal; Apr80, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p118
Reports on self-funded benefits opportunity for banks in the U.S. Risk to gain more control over cash flow; Deposit and investment of benefit dollars.
- Selected data from the Federal Reserve Board.
Chicos, Paul G. // American Banker; 7/7/95, Vol. 160 Issue 129, p18
Presents data on monetary aggregates, business loans, demand deposits and commercial paper, from the New York Federal Reserve's weekly press release of June 29, 1995.
- East Coast start-ups are stalling, study finds.
Epstein, Jonathan D. // American Banker; 9/8/95, Vol. 160 Issue 173, p6
Reports on the status of bank charters established from 1984 to 1992 in the East Coast according to a study by Danielson Associates Inc. Number of banks that have reported average losses in the four quarters ended March 31, 1995; List of struggling start-up banks; Connecticut as the state with...
- Banking brilliance.
Nevin, Tom // African Business; Oct96, Issue 214, p19
Presents updates on South Africa's banking industry. Projects for interlinking the country's automated teller machines; Facilitation of introducing electronic technology in the industry; Entry of South African banks to international money markets in 1994 with the lifting of international trade...
- Mirror, mirror on the wall...
Thompson, Jato // African Business; Nov96, Issue 215, p27
Reports on the state of the banking sector of Nigeria. Effect of the crisis in the banking industry on banking operations; Economic recession as a main factor for the crisis; Excessive use of control instruments by the Central Bank of Nigeria as reason for the crisis; Claim of government...
- Caught in the act.
Chege, Alex // African Business; Nov96, Issue 215, p30
Reports on the effects of the seizure of two Kenyan banks by the Central Bank of Kenya. Reasons for the seizure of the Kenya Finance Bank (KFB) and the Heritage Bank; Nature of the banks ownership as factor for the anxiety in the bank sector of Kenya; Implications of the KFB collapse on...
- Banks clean up their act.
Jason, Pini // African Business; June97, Issue 222, p42
Focuses on the Nigerian government's efforts to clean up the country's banking sector. Fear of the Failed Banks Decree; Absence of free funds for foreign exchange arbitrage; List of distressed state-owned banks; Exploitation of more modern innovations of information technology.
- Banking on numbers?
Thondhlana, Barnabas // African Business; Jul/Aug97, Issue 223, p30
Focuses on developments in Zimbabwe's banking industry. Effects of the rationalization of the banking sector to the financial sector; Implementation of amendments to the Banking Act; Factors causing the boom in Zimbabwe's banking industry.
- Big is bold.
Jason, Pini // African Business; Nov97, Issue 226, p58
Focuses on the evolution of the Nigerian banking industry. Past domination by the `Big Four' banks, First Bank, United Bank for Africa, Union Bank of Nigeria and Afribank Ltd.; Rise of other banks in the industry like First Bank Nigeria, Diamond Bank and Citizen International Bank; Introduction...
- The big clean-up.
Jason, Pini // African Business; Oct98, Issue 236, p27
Focuses on the banking system of Nigeria. Reasons of bank failures in the country; Other factors which contributed to the banking failures in the country; Disciplinary measures implemented by the government. INSET: The top performers.
- Midwest banks' profits generally exceeding expectations.
Chase, Brett // American Banker; 1/29/97, Vol. 162 Issue 19, p5
Focuses on the financial performance of banks in the Midwestern States for 1996. Total earnings by the bank in the fourth quarter of 1996; Factors affecting their performance; Comment by analyst Michael Moran of Roney & Co.; List of the fourth quarter income of Midwest banks.
- Resort bankers adapt to small-business hell.
Oppenheim, Sara // American Banker; 3/3/97, Vol. 162 Issue 41, p12
Focuses on resort bank lending in Ocean City, Maryland. Business season and opportunities in the city; Experiences of beach bankers; Seasonal lines of credit.
- 4 banks hold 69% of metro Atlanta deposits.
Gillam, Carey // American Banker; 05/12/97, Vol. 162 Issue 90, p6
Reveals that four of the largest banks in Atlanta, Georgia hold 70 percent of the deposits in the metropolitan market. Percentage of total deposits controlled by Nationsbank Corp., Wachovia Corp., SunTrust Banks Inc. and First union Corp.; Growth in market shares of the four institutions; Result...
- Changes on the menu for Southeast Asia.
Racine, John // American Banker; 6/21/95 Supplement, Vol. 160, p3A
Focuses on the banking industry in Southeast Asia. Need for radical change; Privatization of local companies; Thai government's approval of plan calling for more licenses for foreign and domestic banks; Bangkok International Banking Facility; Joint ventures or investments in technology and...
- `Boutique' banks prove mettle against big rivals in Houston.
O'Hara, Terrence // American Banker; 1/6/94, Vol. 159 Issue 4, p6
Reports on the performance of community banks in Houston, Texas. Comparison with major banks; Optimism and enthusiasm for community banks despite the city's oil and real estate crisis; Assets; Success with boutique style of banking; Loan-to-deposit ratio.
- Connecticut County's small banks hope to ride rising economic tide.
Zahodiakin, Phil // American Banker; 2/24/94, Vol. 159 Issue 37, p6
Reports on community banks in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Signs of economic recovery in the county; Rebound among small businesses; Search for small businesses' investment; Competition from big banks; Opportunities for small banks.
- Looking for Someone or Something to Blame.
Anason, Dean; Rieker, Matthias; Blackwell, Rob; Garver, Rob; Rehm, Barbara A.; Kingson, Jennifer // American Banker; Dec2002 Supplement, Vol. 167, p19A
Presents an overview of various happenings in the banking industry in the United States in 2002. Record earnings posted by banks and thrift companies; Impact of bankruptcy filed by banks' corporate clients on the industry; Problems faced by the industry.
- Start-Up Private Bank in Texas Is Ultra-Confident .
Jackson, Ben // American Banker; 2/24/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 36, p4
Reports on the plan of John C. Tolleson to open Tolleson Private Bank in Dallas, Texas in March 2003. Services to be provided by the bank; Career background of Tolleson; Efforts of Tolleson in providing good services to customers; Appointment of Darryl S. Kirkham as president of the bank.
- RBC Again Shows `Export' Model Working.
Boraks, David // American Banker; 3/3/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 41, p1
Focuses on the financial performance of several Canadian banks for the quarter ended January 31, 2003. Profit increase posted by Royal bank of Canada; Earnings posted by Toronto-Dominion Bank; Profits posted by the Bank of Montreal from its U.S. operations.
- Banks Striving to Integrate Fee-Based Products on Menu.
Ackermann, Matt // American Banker; 3/19/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 53, p8
Reports on the difficulty faced by bankers in integrating fee-based investment products with traditional products in the U.S. Significance of fee-based products in resolving the controversy over offering managed accounts; Advantages of the fee-based products to banks; Companies adopting...
- In brief.
Kimelman, John // American Banker; 09/10/98, Vol. 163 Issue 173, p10
Presents news briefs as they relate to banking worldwide. Announcement made by BankBoston company of an increase in the capabilities of its London, England-based Global Trade team; Expected unveiling of a euro payment device for consumers by American Express company; Selection of Bank of New...
- In brief.
Chase, Brett; Timmons, Heather // American Banker; 09/10/98, Vol. 163 Issue 173, p30
Provides news briefs pertaining to banking worldwide, as reported on September 10, 1998. Percentage increase in the mortgage financing index; Signing of an agreement on September 9, 1998, by Bank United Corp. for the purchasing of Midland American Bancshares company; Announcement made by AMP...
- Capital Briefs.
Anason, Dean; Seiberg, Jaret // American Banker; 10/07/98, Vol. 163 Issue 192, p4
Presents news briefs as it relates to the banks and banking industry in Washington, D.C. Approval of a compromise spending by the United States House; Date the US Senate is expected to approve the legislation; Information on letters filed by the Independent Bankers Association of America to the...
- Regional banking.
Anason, Dean; Seiberg, Jaret // Asian Business Review; Apr95, p38
Presents a chart on different banks in Asia. Number of years in the region; Branches, offices and affiliates; Listed assets; 1994 sales revenue; Profits; Ownership; Financial subsidiaries.
- China (Yuan).
Landon-Smith, Lisa // Asian Business Review; Apr95, p42
Reports on China's banking system. Top five banks; Specialized banks; Foreign banks; Commercial banks.
- Hong Kong (HK$).
Landon-Smith, Lisa // Asian Business Review; Apr95, p42
Reports on Hong Kong's banking system. Top five banks; Specialized banks; Foreign banks; Commercial banks.