BEO2000 - Financial Institutions and Monetary Theory
|1.||Analyse the major types of risk faced by banks and sources of such risks;|
|2.||Judge the impact of risk on bank balance sheets and the role of regulation;|
|3.||Appraise qualitative and quantitative data to assess performance of Australian banking institutions within the global financial context;|
|4.||Advocate portfolio strategies including non-market related and derivative contracts used by banks to manage various risks;|
|5.||Produce a well-written analysis which interrogates commercial banking and finance issues and advocates and justifies strategies to manage risks; and|
|6.||Work collaboratively in teams while exhibiting individual responsibility and accountability to critically reflect upon and manage risks that can be faced by Australian banking institutions.|
|Test||In-class Test 1||20%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment: Part A and Part B||30%|
|Test||In-class Test 2||35%|
Financial Institutions Management: A Risk Management Approach 4th Edition
Lange, H, Saunders, A and Cornett, MM 2015
McGraw Hill, Australia
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