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Global Banking and Capital Markets

The Global Banking and Capital Markets course provides students with an understanding of financial instruments, the dynamic global market, and how financial institutions can assess risk to make informed investment decisions. The course focuses on commercial and investment banks, exploring the capital markets in which they operate, the related products they offer, and the risk-taking activities they undertake—both for themselves and their customers.


It addresses organizational strategy, structure, and special considerations when conducting business in both established and emerging markets. Students will gain insight into key indicators that can be used to recognize and analyze trends and opportunities. Throughout the course, relevant current events are studied and used to illustrate concepts in a real-world context.

3 Semester Credit Hours

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