6147 - INTERNATIONAL BANKING
CLEAM - CLES - CLEF - BIEM - CLEACC
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
This course has three main objectives:
analyze the institutional and economic setting of the international financial markets where major banks operate
examine the management problems faced by banks operating in the international financial markets
analyze the technical features of the financial instruments negotiated in international financial markets and the characteristics of the markets in which these instruments are issued.
The course includes four main sections:
the historical evolution of the international monetary system and its implications for the international financial markets
the main segments of the international financial markets: the foreign exchange market, the euromarkets, syndicated loans, eurobonds and international bond and equity markets
the management policies of international banks: risk management, securitization processes, capital management, funding policies
the main problems posed by international financial activities to banking regulation.
The exam is written. Participants can split the exam into two parts, a partial examination and a final examination, or simply have one general exam at the end of the course or during following official exam dates. All exams are closed books and include theory-related questions and exercises.
The textbook are indicated at the beginning of the course.