الأسواق والمؤسسات المالية
|#||Course Name||Credit Hrs||Prerequisite|
|FIN 625||Financial Markets & Institutions||3||None|
This course is devoted to providing students solid theoretical background about the intermediate non-banking financial institutions and markets. Real life case studies will be discussed, and published literature will support the suggested textbook.
The course provides students also with introduction to financial markets and institutions in the region and global wide which includes investment banks, stockbrokers, pooled investment funds, and stock exchanges, in addition to pension funds, saving and loan associations, Mutual savings banks and Credit unions, in addition to instruments and participants involved in the industry.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe the role of regulatory bodies in regulating financial institutions and markets.
- Describe the types of securities that companies can use to raise equity capital and how these securities are listed and traded on the Stock Exchange.
- Develop abilities, skills, and approaches in thinking that required in decision making process in financial institutions. Which include analysis, composition, deduction, induction, application, assessment, and criticizing.
- Understand the financial markets and institutions in the region and global wide.
- Securities Markets
- Monetary Policy and Interest Rates.
- Bond Markets, Mortgage Markets, Stock Markets.
- Foreign Exchange Markets, Derivative Securities Markets.
- Commercial Banks
- Regulation of Commercial Banks
- Other Lending Institutions: Savings Institutions, Credit Unions, and Finance Companies
- Securities Firms and Investment Banks
Anthony Saunder& Marcia Millon Cornet. Financial Markets and Institutions.7/e. McGraw-Hill Education, 2019
Burton, Maureen, Reynold F. Nesiba, and Bruce Brown. An introduction to financial markets and institutions. Routledge, 2015.