Sponsor's Article > Managing Capital in Financial Institutions

Capital matters to most corporations, but in different ways. Non-financial companies need capital mainly to buy property and to build or acquire production facilities and equipment to pursue new areas of business. While this is also true for financial institutions, their main focus is different.

Banks evaluate and take risks daily as part of their core business processes. For example, commercial lending involves weighing the credit risk of new loans and their associated mitigates. This means

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