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Clearing forms the core part of a smooth and efficiently functioning financial market infrastructure. Traditionally, it has been provided by clearing houses, most of which today act as a 'central counterparty' (CCP) between the two sides of a trade. The rapid growth of cross-border trading has sparked discussion on the most efficient industry structure - particularly in Europe and the US. At the heart of this discussion lies the question of whether the implementation of a single clearing house creates greater benefits than a more competitive but interlinked market structure. This is the starting point for this book, which analyses the efficiency of clearing and clearing industry structure. Along with clear-cut definitions and a concise characterisation and descriptive analysis of the clearing industry, the book determines the efficiency impact of various cross-border integration and harmonisation initiatives between CCPs. This serves to identify the most preferable future structure for the clearing industry.
This title is a complete practical guide to the process, management and regulation of outsourcing, including IT, business process, facilities management, legal process and knowledge process outsourcing. It covers every stage in depth and includes tables with detailed information and checklists. The book also includes chapters dealing with specific sectors such as local government and financial services, and covers other major jurisdictions..
Women think differently about money than men. This monograph addresses women's relationship with money. Especially in the transitions of divorce, widowhood, and retirement women need to understand their values and beliefs about money. This monograph empowers women from all backgrounds and circumstances to incorporate their values in decisions about spending, saving, planning and giving. Appropriate also for financial professionals (wealth advisors/estate attorneys/financial planners/development officers) to guide clients to live their financial and philanthropic dreams according to their passions and values.
This book explores the scope and breadth of religious organizations in social work practice. It begins by tracing the origins of the social work profession back to the earliest civilizations and their religious traditions, establishing the precedent for a fruitful commingling of religion and social welfare. The contributors propose that religious/faith organizations can assume responsibilities for social welfare in the 21st century, using the Korean Church as one example of an effective provider of social services.
A 12-step model for religious organizations to use to develop community action programs is also presented.
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