This course is focused on the study of assets, liabilities and capital management in banking aimed to maximize the economic value of the bank. The main attention is paid to risk management in accordance with the international recommendations for risk management organization in the bank. Moreover it covers modern trends in the financial services industry: globalization, financial innovation and technology.
Instructor:Hasyanova Svetlana U.
Credit points: 9
Facult:Faculty of Economics
Academic hours: 105
1. Government Regulation of Banking
2. Capital Management
3. Liability Management
4. Asset Management
5. Management of Credit Portfolio
6. Management of Trading and Investment Portfolio
7. Management of Reserves for Possible Losses
8. Risk Management
8.1. Credit Risk
8.2. Market Risk
8.3. Operational Risk
8.4. Liquidity Risk
9. Financial Stability Management
10. Management of the Financial Result
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