金融機構管理Financial Institutions Management
Teacher: GuychNuryyev

2019/04/08 ~ 2019/05/31
8 Hour/8 Week (Course is Working)

Summary

This course discusses financial intermediation and introduces various types of financial institutions and their functions. Students will learn about the inner workings of commercial banks, investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and other financial institutions. This course is part of essential basic knowledge for those who wish to broaden their understanding of finance, to pursue a degree in finance, or to start a finance-related career.

Course Object

This course will consist of a series of short (10 – 15 mins) videos on the relevant topics, including agency theory, bank balance sheet and bank management, mutual fund investments, fundamentals of insurance, etc. The videos will be accompanied with assignments that are designed to improve the students’ understanding of the topics. Future career prospects: Employment of finance professionals is growing rapidly, and will continue to grow in the future. Currently, median salary of a financial analyst in the USA is US$ 81760 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics).

Course Teacher Intro

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Teacher name:Guych Nuryyev

Teacher information:

Degree:Ph.D in Economics, Queen's University Belfast, U.K.

Current Research Interests:Resource Economics, Country-level Governance

Course Schedule

第1週:Direct Indirect Finance

第2週:Adverse selection and moral hazard

第3週:Bank balance sheet

第4週:Bank management principles

第5週:Mutual fund benefits and value

第6週:Mutual fund investments

第7週:Insurance fundamentals

第8週:Type of insurance

Course Mode

The course will be divided into 8 topics (chapters):

1. Direct and indirect finance:

about the flow of funds directly from investors to corporations or indirectly through the financial markets.

2. Adverse selection and moral hazard

about the risks of agency theory, good vs bad borrowers, etc.

3. Bank balance sheet:

about the types of assets and liabilities that commercial banks usually have.

4. Bank management:

about the general principles of bank management.

5. Mutual funds benefits and value:

about the importance of mutual funds in finance.

6. Mutual funds investments:

about the ways that mutual funds use capital in their own investments.

7. Insurance fundamentals

about the fundamental principles of insurance.

8. Types of insurance:

about different types of insurance, including life insurance, property insurance, etc.

Course Grade

  • Quiz: 25%
  • Homework: 25%
  • Midterm exam:25%
  • Final exam: 25%

Grade Required


Course grade pass:60Grade Memo:max grade 100 point

Course Ability

No prior knowledge is required.

Course Suggest

Reference book:F. S. Mishkin, Financial Markets and Institutions.