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Data mining at a major bank: Lessons from a large marketing application [chapter]

Petra Hunziker, Andreas Maier, Alex Nippe, Markus Tresch, Douglas Weers, Peter Zemp
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper summarizes experiences and results of productively using knowledge discovery and data mining technology in a large retail bank.  ...  We have completed a first campaign where potential customers were selected using the new built data warehouse together with data mining.  ...  This paper summarizes experiences and results at Credit Suisse, a large Swiss retail bank, in developing and deploying knowledge discovery and data mining technology, applications, and solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0094837 fatcat:iatxvpxl75elxc3he6suohyz6u

The World Bank [chapter]

Uma Lele, Sambuddha Goswami
2021 Food for All  
This chapter, a story of the Bank's assistance to food and agriculture, explains how it adopted an innovation of accessing capital markets using project lending as an instrument to assure accountability  ...  The World Bank, the oldest and strongest of the multilateral banks, is owned by governments but rooted in the political reality of their unequal voting power.  ...  , Health, and Nutrition (PHN).¹² It also added a social Source: Based on data from and http://data.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198755173.003.0009 fatcat:g5fk3izvzfazna2ejmfelly35y

Text Mining for Central Banks

David M. Bholat, Stephen Hansen, Pedro M. Santos, Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey
2015 Social Science Research Network  
We discuss how text mining is useful for addressing research topics of interest to central banks, and provide a step-by-step primer on how to mine text, including an overview of unsupervised and supervised  ...  Although often applied in other social sciences, text mining has been less frequently used in economics and in policy circles, particularly inside central banks.  ...  The additional purpose of this Handbook then is to demonstrate the value central banks may gain from a more conscious application of text mining techniques, and to explain some of them using examples relevant  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2624811 fatcat:vezf635mcrhh7ewsggqjz45pqm

Big Data and central banks

David Bholat
2015 Big Data & Society  
During the first half, participants were introduced to the topic of data mining. Data mining refers to a methodology, tools and set of algorithms used to detect patterns in data sets.  ...  For example, by looking at the data, central banks might observe that a payment system is too reliant on a small number of settlement banks.  ...  3 How frequently is the data received? 4 Who are the main users of the data? 5 Why was a big data approach more appropriate than a conventional data approach?  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951715579469 fatcat:qa4z3zjuvbctpmfhmukgvdhz4a

World Bank Research Observer [chapter]

2015 The World Bank Group A to Z 2016  
The World Bank Research Observer is intended for anyone who has a professional interest in development.  ...  Articles are reviewed by an editorial board drawn from across the Bank and the international community of economists. Inconsistency with Bank policy is not grounds for rejection.  ...  About 20 percent said it was a major problem, and 24 percent reported that it was no obstacle at all. Interestingly, it was more of an issue for large firms, particularly large food processors.  ... 
doi:10.1596/978-1-4648-0484-7_world_bank_research fatcat:i5yw6ikglndnxe4onbiww2ouqa

The Relevance of Japanese Finance and its Main Bank System [chapter]

Hugh Patrick
1995 The Japanese Main Bank System  
The most important lesson from this study is that Lhe Japanese main bank system is not only a relevant and useful model for large industrial enterprise finance, it may well be better for developing market  ...  from Lheir main bank syndicate and providing credit Lo related subsidiaries, subcontractors, and b lessons from Japanese financial Development lhe main bank system was at Lhe apex of the Japanese  ... 
doi:10.1093/0198288999.003.0011 fatcat:dchdlr4yxba5zn62jtoqufooqu

Improving China's Bank Regulation to Avoid the Asian Bank Contagion

Michael E. Burke, IV
1999 UCLA Pacific Basin law journal  
major nations, 62 responded to a communiqu6 issued at the close of the June 1996 Lyon Group of Seven summit calling for international best standards and cooperation from banking systems. 63 The Basle  ...  (3) preventing illiquidity at a specific bank from resulting in insolvency.  ... 
doi:10.5070/p8171022118 fatcat:4cxa63v6ejaxnm3gcaozlnubuq

Mobile Banking Operations and Banking Facilities to Rural People in Bangladesh

K. M. Anwarul Islam
2016 International Journal of Finance and Banking Research  
Mobile Application based banking is poised to be a big m-commerce feature in Bangladesh and it could well be the driving factor to increase sales of high-end mobile phones.  ...  Data were collected through observation of banking services related to mobile technology, and interviewed clients, agents and bank officials.  ...  In server-side applications, consumer data that enables the processing of transactions, such as account/card details, are typically stored in a secured environment, on a server at a bank or at their allocated  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijfbr.20160204.14 fatcat:vjgrmcvf5zcknfw4laovua2e3e


Yibing Chen, Yong Shi, Xianhua Wei, Lingling Zhang
2014 Technological and Economic Development of Economy  
Panel data on 16 Chinese listed commercial banks during the 2007–2011 period is used for the study.  ...  Our analysis also provides important implication for regulators and policy makers of the banks in emerging markets.  ...  These banks take a large asset proportion of the whole banking sector 4 . Our sample includes panel data of all the 16 Chinese listed commercial banks in 2007-2011 period, 80 observations in total.  ... 
doi:10.3846/20294913.2014.915246 fatcat:pqabo6eeifavpk6pz7jgxrwlza

Bulgarian banking: looking for sustainability

Garabed Minassian
2013 Contemporary Economics  
A telling example is the repeated contraction of the CBs' assets, -in terms of USD estimates; in 1993, the CB assets were evaluated at USD 24.8 billion, whereas four years later, they stood at USD 4 billion  ...  After the adoption of the CBA, a process of long and painful recovery and capitalization of the banking system began.  ...  A similar policy can be defined as a type of neoclassical caricature; Following it unflinchingly represents a demonstrative refusal to learn from the lessons of financial and economic history.  ... 
doi:10.5709/ce.1897-9254.92 fatcat:mfh6vddenzdkdkqcbxdyjtztui

Framework to Integrate Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management in Banking Industry [article]

G. Koteswara Rao, Roshan Kumar
2011 arXiv   pre-print
Business intelligence (BI) applications will play a vital role at this stage by discovering the knowledge hidden in internal as well as external sources.  ...  We have also discussed about the BI/KM applications in banking industry and provided a framework to integrate BI and KM in banking industry.  ...  In the first approach, a bank taps the data warehouse of a third party (potentially containing transaction information from many companies) and uses data mining programs to identify fraud patterns.  ... 
arXiv:1109.0614v3 fatcat:2zj5qassifgfxl754t66libec4

Green-Banking Practices in Bangladesh-A Scope to Make Banking Green

Md. Ariful Islam, Kh. Fahim Hossain, Mahmudul Hasan Siddiqui, Salahuddin Yousuf
2014 International Finance and Banking  
The Central bank of Bangladesh can play a pro-active role in formulating a national level ―Green Credit Policy‖ and creating a sound incentive structure for performing ER practices by banks.  ...  ‗Consumer Awareness' is the area where Bangladesh needs remarkable change, because green banking is largely driven by consumer behavior and consumption patterns.  ...  This study aims at a review of green banking initiatives and practices in the global banking industry to draw lessons for Bangladesh Banking Sector.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ifb.v1i1.5161 fatcat:cbdnfmjsgbcj3imk3nnxqhlf6u

World Bank Economic Review [chapter]

2015 The World Bank Group A to Z 2016  
at the World Bank.  ...  The indexes were constructed from time series data for the producer and consumer prices of a number of products, which were considered major or representative.  ...  Growth and Poverty under Alternative Adjustment Packages Note: a-Standard adjustment, .----rationintg adjustment, o--structural reform, A redistribution. a. Head count index.  ... 
doi:10.1596/978-1-4648-0484-7_world_bank_economic fatcat:ehxvapglwngofioauvcsxodbi4

Innovation and Challenges of Blockchain in Banking: A Scientometric View

R. Arjun, K. R. Suprabha
2020 International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence  
Hence the effect of blockchain technologies on banking industry is systematically reviewed. The relevant literature is extracted from Scopus, Web of Science and bibliometric techniques are applied.  ...  Nevertheless, innovations that impact to the banking nurture a potential for disruptive impact globally for economic reasons; however it has received less scholarly attention.  ...  Acknowledgment The first author is grateful for research scholarship support from National Institute of Technology Karnataka.  ... 
doi:10.9781/ijimai.2020.03.004 fatcat:lmruaip5i5ekxkuetcpbaxluqi

The Renewal of Banking Supervision

Csaba Kandrács
2019 Polgári szemle  
The analysis of market processes is based on data from microlevel databases, the processing of data and analyses from real estate market consultancy firms, and a questionnaire market survey relaunched  ...  SYSTEM The crisis provided the central banks with many lessons.  ... 
doi:10.24307/psz.2020.0205 fatcat:x6x336sdpzahrpr5avehiyotdi
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