ETM3-Chap03

ETM3-Chap03 - ETM3: Chapter 3 Click to edit Relationships...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved ETM3: Chapter 3 Managing Relationships with Service Providers
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Overview of Chapter Topics Introduction Financial Institutions: Functions and Services Financial Service Provider (FSP) Selection Process Bank Relationship Management Global Account Management 22 Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Financial Institutions: Global (Non-US) Financial Institutions U.S. Commercial Banks Investment Banking and Brokerage Firms Other Financial Institutions (FIs) 33 Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Global (Non-US) Financial Global FI: An FI that operates in multiple countries, primarily offering services to international corporations Primary Services Foreign exchange (FX)
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Regulation of Global FIs Each country has its own set of regulations and guidelines (See Chap 2) “Know Your Customer” rule FI regulations are generally less stringent outside the U.S. Commercial banks in non-U.S. locations typically have closer relationships with their customers (less “arm’s length) Most non-U.S. banking environments generally have
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved U.S. Commercial Banks Commercial bank is an FI possessing a federal or state charter that accepts deposits and makes commercial loans Range from small, single-site community banks to large FIs branching across many states and/or operating globally
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Services Offered by Deposit Accounts Credit Services Investment Banking Services Payment and Collection Services Trade Services Foreign Exchange (FX) Services
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Deposit Accounts Demand Deposit (DDA) or current account Time Deposit (TDA) Deposit Insurance (FDIC) $250,000 per personal or corporate depositor per FI Specific types of accounts Checking, savings, money market, NOW Certificate of deposit (CD) (retail, jumbo,
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Copyright 2011 - The Resource Alliance - All Rights Reserved Credit Services Commercial banks offer a wide range of business loans that vary by type of
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BUS-F 420 taught by Professor Israelison during the Spring '11 term at Indiana.

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ETM3-Chap03 - ETM3: Chapter 3 Click to edit Relationships...

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