Banking Management

This course studies key concepts and issues in bank management. As a motivation, it highlights current challenges by analyzing the subprime financial crisis (including a detailed case study on the near failure and rescue of HRE) and the ensuing tightening in bank regulation. A general framework for bank valuation then provides the background against which value-based bank management is discussed. Topics covered include the drivers of bank value and a detailed examination of deposit and loan pricing. The course concludes with an introduction to risk management in banking.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the peculiarities of valuing a bank, factors shaping the banking industry (e.g., regulation), and how this bears on value-based bank management
  • Apply key concepts of value-based bank management like deposit and loan pricing
  • Understand key concepts of risk management in banking

Key concepts

  • Bank regulation
  • Fundamental bank valuation model
  • Bank value drivers
  • Deposit pricing
  • Loan pricing
  • Bank risk management

Course Content:

  • Principales of Accounting
  • Bussiness and Corporate Laws
  • Financial Services
  • Banking Theory, Law & Practice
  • Regulatory Mechanism of Banking
  • Credit Management
  • International Banking
  • Business Statistics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Income Tax
  • Cost Accounting
  • Marketing of Banking Service
  • Customer Relations Management
  • Treasury Management