The basic principles of financial management and their application to a broad variety of managerial issues including analysis of financial statements, financial planning and forecasting.
This course examines modern finance techniques as applied to the management of commercial banks, managing risk and return trade-offs, and the integration of “market thinking” in financial management.
Topics include identifying risks for different types of financial institutions, including loan portfolio management and evaluation and the techniques used to manage these risks
Provides a sound theoretical foundation for understanding the dynamics of entrepreneurial start-ups, or successfully negotiating the vagaries of business conditions that continuously impact the fortunes of established businesses.
Covers the principles and practices of business lending, credit monitoring, borrowing requirements and effective management of risks associated with broadening of lending facilities.