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International Banking and Investment Management
Aims of Module
The aims of this module are firstly to enable students to identify and evaluate the significance of recent trends in the international banking environment with particular emphasis on the implications of globalisation in the provision of banking services and secondly to allow students to construct, manage and evaluate the performance of an international portfolio of securities.
Learning Outcomes for Module
On completion of this module, students are expected to be able to:
Indicative Module Content
Traditional International and Foreign Banking; Eurocurrency Banking;International Money Transmision and Cash Management;International Credit Facilities and Syndicated Loans;Foreign and International Bond Issuance and Management; International Asset-backed Finance; Foreign andInternational Equity Issuance and Management; International Portfolio Management
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Mode of Delivery
This is a lectured based course supplemented with tutorials,workshops and group based exercises.
Formal Written Examination (50%)
Corporate Project (50%)
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