Press Release: Basel Accords, Bank Capital and Portfolio Risk Behavior

Basel Accords, Bank Capital and Portfolio Risk Behavior 

By Samina Riaz, Venus Khim-Sen Liew, and Rossazana Ab. Rahim 

Cambridge Scholars Publishing 

Release Date: 28th August 2019

With the endorsement of the Basel III contracts on the supervision of the banking industry, management of capital buffers throughout the business cycle have attained crucial importance for the reinforcement of financial stability in the banking system. This book departs from previous studies through its focus on developing countries and their assessment of the behavior of capital and risk.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Dr Samina Riaz is Associate Professor of Finance, and holds an MBA in Finance, MPhil in Banking and Finance, and PhD in Finance from Malaysia. Her research interests are banking, risk management, Fintech, crypto-currency, and green finance. She has published articles in a number of national and international journals.

Dr Venus Khim-Sen Liew focuses on international economics, financial economics, technical analysis, nonlinear study, and forecasting. He is the author of Monetary Model of Exchange Rate: Nonlinearity Matters.

Dr Rossazana Ab. Rahim obtained her MSc in Economics from Surrey University, UK, in 1998 and her PhD in Industrial Economics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2011. She is currently Associate Professor and Deputy Dean of Research in the Faculty of Economics and Business.

For ordering: orders@cambridgescholars.com

For further information on the book contact Cambridge Scholars at:

james.brittain@cambridgescholars.com

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