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International Banking (1.5)

Course Level: Graduate

Familiarizes students with the environment and modus operandi of multinational banks, with the focus on policy- and concept-oriented issues in international banking. Includes the structure of international banking, basic functions of international banks, offshore banking, foreign exchange management, risk management, off-balance sheet activities, the regulatory environment, country and political risk assessment, and international bank supervision, all addressed from both a theoretical and practical viewpoint. Prerequisite: FIN-614; and IBUS-610 or IBUS-618.