FINS3630 Bank Financial Management

Feb 12, 2021 Banking, Course Guides

The unifying theme in this course is the application of modern finance theory to the financial decision making and management of financial institutions of commercial banks. The subject of decision-making in financial institutions is approached from a risk perspective. The course covers the major decision areas for financial institution management within the framework of a regulatory and “corporate responsible” environment. The main topics covered are various financial risks and their management including interest rate risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, foreign exchange risk and market risk within an international context.