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Author Quattrociocchi, Bernardino.
Title Internal rating systems and the bank-firm relationship : valuing company networks / Bernardino Quattrociocchi.
Imprint Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]

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Series Palgrave Macmillan studies in banking and financial institutions.
Palgrave Macmillan studies in banking and financial institutions.
Subject Business enterprises -- Computer networks.
Corporations -- Ratings and rankings.
Corporations -- Finance.
Banks and banking.
Description 1 online resource (128 pages).
Summary "In response to the complexity of the corporate environment and competition, companies are seeking a new organizational set to maintain their competitive advantage. Various empirical studies have been conducted which demonstrate firms' abilities to increase value through network creation. From a lender's point of view, a member of a network deserves more attention and a better rating because it is seen as innovative in pursuing internationalization and overcoming a size gap and any capital shortage. This book provides the conceptual and operational tools for understanding the mechanisms for assigning a rating to a network of companies. In it, the author explores the rating systems of corporate networks and analyses the link between rating and an enterprise network. The first part of the book investigates the criteria for the classification of networks and the methods and types of inter-company connections. The second part of the book configures possible paths of rating assignments in relation to the quantification of a corporate network. The third part of the book addresses practical guidelines for quantifying the award-network and proposes possible ways of rating assignment. Finally, the author offers insight and practical guidelines for the quantification of the "premium network", examining the real worth of network rating to a corporation. This book offers theoretical and practical insight into a topic of significance to anyone with an interest in credit and risk management, banking, accounting and finance. It is an excellent source of research for students and teachers alike, and a valuable reference work for undergraduate, post-graduate and PhD students in relevant subjects"-- Provided by publisher.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction -- PART I LOGIC AND CRITERIA FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE NETWORKS -- 1. Enterprise Networks -- 1.1. Enterprise Networks: A Survey Reasoned -- 1.2. Literature Review -- 2. Classificazione Dei Network -- 2.1. The Intercompany -- 2.1.1. Types Of Networks -- 2.2. Groups And Networks: The Reasons For A Separate Analysis -- 3. Stimate Of Cohesion Between Companies In A Network -- 3.1. The Social Network Analysis -- 3.1.1. Graph Theory -- 3.1.2 The Graph -- 3.2. Density And Centrality -- 3.2.1 Indicators -- PART II. GOVERNANCE AND PATHS ASSIGNMENT AND QUANTIFICATION OF THE NETWORK RATING -- 4. The Network Governance -- 4.1 Network Coordination Methods And Connection Types Between Nodes -- 4.2 The Relationships Within The Network Governance -- 4.3 The Model Of Network Governance -- 4.4 The Evolution Of The Governance Of The Network -- 4.5 The Phases Of A Proper Strategic Planning Of Business Networks.
PART III. GUIDELINES IN CALCULATING THE PREMIUM NETWORK -- 5. Risk Of Network Insolvency -- 5.1. The Theoretical Framework To Support A Network Rating -- 5.2. The Financing Of Business Networks -- 5.3. Insolvency Risk And Financial Stability Of The Networks -- 5.4 The Rating For Business Networks -- 5.5. The Theoretical Framework To Support The Premium Network. -- 5.6 Possible Paths Of Rating Assignment To Business Networks -- PART III. GUIDELINES IN CALCULATING THE PREMIUM NETWORK -- 6. Premium Network -- 6.1 Definition And Meaning Of The Premium Network -- 6.2 Qualification Of The Rating Of The Network -- 6.3 Evolution Of The Network: The Italian Experience -- 6.3.1. Elements Required And Optional Enhancing The Premium Network -- 6.3.2. The Elements Needed -- 6.3.3. Optional Elements Of The Network -- 6.3.4. Other Optional Elements -- 6.4. The Risk Profiling Of The Elements Of Judgment -- 6.4.1. The Qualitative Elements Related To Business.
6.4.2. The Qualitative Elements Related To Governance -- 6.4.3. The Quantitative Elements Related To Financial Aspects -- 6.4.4. The Quantitative Aspects Related To Real -- 6.5. The Proposal Of The Analysis Model -- 6.6. The Role Of Banks In Financing Networks: The Case Of Unicredit -- References.
ISBN 9781137497253 (electronic bk.)
1137497254 (electronic bk.)
9781349563661 (print)
9781137497246 (hardcover)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1057/9781137497253
OCLC # 932332506
Additional Format Print version: Quattrociocchi, Bernardino. Internal Rating Systems and the Bank-Firm Relationship : Valuing Company Networks. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015 9781137497246 (OCoLC)915495051.