Course Summary

Course Description

On completion of the course students have the knowledge and skills to: Integrate all aspects of management in strategic decision making; manage and control different disciplines such as finance, marketing and human resource management within banking and finance sector organisations; make strategic decisions with the critical understanding of macro economics, monetary theory, factors that impact on foreign currency fluctuations and risk mitigation techniques, the role of central bank and important themes pertinent to financial markets structure and process; analyse the issues related to monetary policy, currency and interest rate risk, political risk, sovereign credit risks associated with emerging and third world markets and opportunities for speculators, hedgers and intermediation or arbitrage in relation to banking and finance; be at the forefront of innovation and change within a banking and finance organisation by adapting and introducing international best practices.

Managing finance; managing markets; managing information; managing people; managing operations; managing strategy; financial markets and applied strategy for banks and financial institutions; contemporary issues in managing global banking and finance; research methods; dissertation.

Additional Entry Requirements:
Degree in any discipline recognised by the University of Wales; or 2 years' relevant experience in a management capacity; IELTS 6.5.
Further information:
Degree in any discipline recognised by the University of Wales; or 2 years' relevant experience in a management capacity; IELTS 6.5.

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