A hands-on guide to the theory and practice of bank credit analysis and ratings
A bank's creditworthiness is important to a large number of individuals - from ordinary depositors to equity and fixed income investors, as well as other banks. In this timely book, Jonathan Golin explains the role of bank credit analysts and the methodology of their practice. He elaborates on the application of the industry standard CAMEL model to bank credit analysis with the help of charts, graphs, and spreadsheet illustrations. International case studies are also presented to help readers gain a global perspective on the world of bank credit analysis.
Jonathan Golin was the editor and contributing author of Capital Flows Along the Mekong: A Guide to Investment in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar (1995) and has written numerous articles for the Asian Wall Street Journal and Vietnam Business Journal. He is a contributing author to the 1999 Chase Guide to Corporate Treasury.