The Journal of Bank Cost & Management Accounting

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 3, 2002

Activity-Based Costing and Managed Asset Programs in the Banking Industry
INTRODUCTION Banks and other financial institutions are constantly revising, updating, and changing the types of products and services they offer their customers. Due to increasing competition from the Internet, third party money lenders, credit unions,...
Budgeting Revisited: Cracks in the Foundation of Bank Performance Management
Banks are investing heavily in replacing, overhauling and improving their performance management systems and infrastructures. Literature and case studies are replete with examples of Shareholder Value solutions, Balanced Scorecards, Enterprise Planning,...
Communication and Costing in Financial Services
INTRODUCTION Whether an institution is just starting down the path of implementing a costing methodology to support business performance management or if such a methodology is already firmly established, one theme is always true: effective communications...
The Value of an IT Chargeback System (Parts One and Two)
This three-part article is based upon a survey of ITFMA membership companies. Part One of the article discusses: (1) background of the survey, (2) purpose of the survey, and (3) criticisms of chargeback systems. Part Two discusses the value of chargeback...
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