30367 - FINANCE (MODULE I) - FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS
Course taught in English
- The first part of the course analyzes in detail the characteristics of the major financial assets, and describes the institutional characteristics of the markets in which these assets are traded.
- The second part of the course studies in detail the objectives as well as the organization of the major financial intermediaries (commercial banks, investment banks, mutual funds) that allow to match demand and supply of funds when securities markets do not function perfectly.
The following general exam after that takes place on January (tbd).
There are no second partial exam; all students must take the general exam.
- F.S. MISHKIN, S.G. EAKINS, Financial Markets & Institutions, Pearson Education, 2011, 8th edition.
- Lecture notes and other materials are made available on the course website on your student agenda, yoU@B (not E-learning) platform.
- Relevant course materials are posted online (on your student agenda, yoU@B) before the week in which they are covered.