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20502 International Banking Management

6cp
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Undergraduate

Description

This subject teaches the fundamentals of managing a financial institution in an international context. The principles are applied in the context of banks, but have a wider relevance to the management of non-bank financial institutions. The structure of the financial system and problems posed by managing financial institutions in today's environment are studied. Students also assess the performance of financial institutions from a creditors, investors and regulators' viewpoint. The principles of asset liability management, capital and foreign exchange risk management are studied in response to a changing environment in prudential supervision and the important of the ending function. The subject topics include: banking risks, performance evaluation, capital adequacy, the formulation of loan policy, loan pricing, project finance, country risk analysis, trade and international finance.


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