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Course Description

This course explores how banks and other financial institutions operate in a globalized world. Instruction includes an overview of monetary policy and how the central bank regulates and supervises the banking system, as well as the tools it employs as it manages the cost and availability of money in the economy. With commercial banks and investment banks now virtually the same, the course also covers other important facets of banking: corporate finance, underwriting, lending, foreign exchange, asset management, trust services, credit cards, cash management, trading of bonds and foreign exchange, and various services and products. A review and discussion of recent financial legislation also is included.

Course Outline

Explore how banks and other financial institutions operate in a globalized world. Instruction includes an overview of monetary policy, central bank regulation processes, as well as the tools it employs.

Notes

Contact:
Philip Williams
pwilliams@unex.ucla.edu

Prerequisites

MGMT X 1A and MGMT X 1B Principles of Accounting.
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