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We train our students for careers as economists or managers in commerce, industry, banking, financial services or the public sector. This programme aims to equip you with a range of methodological and problem-solving skills and specialised knowledge relevant for international money and banking.

Money, Banking, and International Finance

This programme complements the MSc in Money, Banking and Finance, and, as with that programme, is of particular interest to those wishing to pursue careers in the financial sector. It provides you with an advanced knowledge of the related disciplines of macroeconomics, banking, international finance and financial markets.

Financial institutions of neighboring countries established themselves internationally to pursue and finance activities in areas of mutual interest; most of them are central banks, followed by development and investment banks. The table below lists some of them in chronological order of when they were founded or listed as functioning as a legal entity. Some institutions were conceived and started working informally 2 decades before their legal inception (e.g. the South East Asian Central Banks Centre)

Definition: A program that prepares individuals to manage international financial operations and related currency transactions. Includes instruction in international banking, international monetary and financial policy, money and capital markets, foreign exchange, risk analysis, and international cash flow operations.

The GDRE Money Banking and Finance is a European research group in Money, Banking and Finance. It aims at enhancing collaborations between researchers in the fields of money, banking and finance from many universities and other institutions in France and abroad.

The IFEP concentration prepares graduates to build new types of financial institutions and bring fresh thinking to regulatory policy in both the public and private sectors. Previous graduates have pursued a wide variety of careers, including in investment and commercial banks, hedge funds, private equity funds, research institutions, ratings agencies, consulting firms, corporations, and accounting firms. Others join central banks, ministries of finance or treasuries, government agencies responsible for domestic and international economic matters, or international organizations such as the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, and the World Trade Organization.

In this course, we study the role played by money, banking, and financial markets in the modern economy, with a particular emphasis on how financial intermediation facilitates exchange and how financial conditions promote (or inhibit) economic activity. Specific topics include stock and bond markets, financial institutions and banking regulation, central banking and monetary policy, international finance, and financial crises. We will learn the channels through which financial markets can affect employment, output, and inflation, and we will assess the effects of various policies on financial markets and broader economic conditions.

Students take two intersession skills workshops to expand their professional skills and knowledge related to careers in international economics. Past workshops have covered working with economic and statistical analysis tools such as EViews, MATLAB, PcGive, R, and Stata, as well as, address topics related to working in strategic consulting, investment banking, and business strategy roles.

This module will initially introduce students to core concepts in finance like time value of money, net present value analysis and alternative investment rules to assess investment decisions taken by firms and then moves on to the introduction of basic concepts related to financial markets, including definitions of key assets and market types as well as an understanding of the economics of financial markets with a focus on their functions, participants and organisational forms.

The module lays foundations for arbitrage, investment and wealth management, investment banking, and corporate finance. The material covered is at the frontier of academic and industry research, forming a conceptually advanced body of knowledge (CFA level III) which is of relevance for theory, research and practice.

Services for foreign central banks, monetary authorities, and international organizations include funds, securities, and gold safekeeping; securities clearing, settlement, and investment; and correspondent banking, in which one bank (the correspondent) holds the deposits of and provides payment and other services to another bank (the respondent). Central banks rely on correspondent banking and custody services to safely, confidentially, and efficiently execute on core official sector functions.

Anintensive analysis of the level, growth and fluctuations in aggregate economic activity; money and banking; international trade and finance; fiscal policy; consumer behavior; input and output prices and product and factor markets.

He has been working in various fields of finance for over 30 years, half of which spent in senior management positions within the largest Italian industrial and banking groups, distinguished by their wide domestic and international scope (Istituto di Ricostruzione Industriale IRI-Cofiri; UniCredit Group-Capitalia/Banco di Sicilia/Banca di Roma). 041b061a72

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