The Bank Management course explores the services that banks and their principal competitors (including savings and loans, credit unions, security and investment firms) offer in an increasingly competitive financial-services marketplace. Bank Management discusses the major changes and events that are remaking banking and financial services today. Among the key events and unfolding trends covered in the text are: Newest Reforms in the Financial System, including the new Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Law and the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009. Global Financial Sector coverage of the causes and impact of the latest “great recession.” Systemic Risk and the presentation of the challenges posed in the financial system.
Exploration of changing views on the “too big to fail” (TBTF) doctrine and how regulators may be forced to deal with TBTF in the future. Controlling Risk Exposure presentation of methods in an increasingly volatile economy.
Students will need a SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR to take this course, as there are many formulas presented in the material.
Audience: Financial Service Managers or personnel pursuing a position in management.
Prerequisites: Students are REQUIRED to take the Supervision Course, or the Management Course, prior to taking the Bank Management course.
Length: 4 months
Credits: 3 CFT Credits