MBA – Global Banking & Finance

SEMISTER 1SEMISTER 2
CODECOURSECODECOURSE
GBF 400Financial InvestmentsGBF 460Multinational Finance Management
GBF 410Financial PlannigGBF 470Financial Statement Analysis
GBF 420Short-Term Financial ManagementGBF 480Entrepreneurial Finance
GBF 430Long-term Financial ManagementGBF 490Contemporary Topics in Banking and Finance
GBF 440Advanced FinanceGBF 500Corporate Governance
GBF 450FinanceGBF 510Operations Management

  • GBF 400: Financial Investments: This course aims to give students a basic understanding
    of the investment process by considering two key aspects: security analysis for equity and
    fixed income investments as well as portfolio management, including design and
    performance evaluation. Students are required to carry out two projects that help them apply
    this knowledge in a global business context.
  • GBF 410: Financial Planning: This course provides students with detailed expertise to
    examine and evaluate financial statements. It covers the fundamental concepts and
    procedures of financial statement analysis including advanced concepts in financial
    accounting. Other areas include budget preparation, analysis, relation, development and
    execution.
  • GBF 420: Short-term Financial Management: The main objective of this course is to
    acquaint students with the modern techniques and practices of short-term corporate finance.
    It details the key components of a firm’s current assets and liabilities; liquidity and default
    risk; and short-term financing and investing decisions.
  • GBF 430: Long-term Financial Management: This course provides students with the
    expertise necessary to assess the optimal corporate capital structure and the best dividend
    policy for continuously increasing the value for shareholders. It also provides concepts,
    principles and a basic understanding of the steps required to evaluate potential investment
    prospects and operate a small business.
  • GBF 440: Advanced Finance: This course provides students with an understanding of how
    companies can grow and consolidate their financial positions. Mergers and acquisitions are
    studied as paths toward company growth and consolidation.
  • GBF 450: Finance: This course covers key principles of finance necessary to understand
    and implement the finance function in an organization and carry out the financial analysis
    that justifies the decision-making process.
  • GBF 460: Multinational Finance Management: This course examines the financial issues
    facing managers and firms involved in the international transfer of assets, goods and
    services. The main topics explored will be the foreign exchange market, the management offoreign exchange risk, and investment and financing decisions in international capital
    markets.
  • GBF 470: Financial Statement Analysis: This course aims to take the analysis of financial
    accounts beyond simple ratio analysis. It provides an understanding of the relationship
    between information and the movement of share prices. Each lecture will be backed up by
    classes which will be concerned with a practical issue.
  • GBF 480: Entrepreneurial Finance: This course deals with private equity and venture
    finance from inception of the idea, milestone planning, to the harvesting (exiting) of the
    investment.
  • GBF 490: Contemporary Topics in Banking and Finance: This course covers topical
    ethical issues relating to the financial sector, such as: fraud, market manipulation, insider
    dealing, high speed trading, fiduciary responsibilities, conflicts of interest, predatory and
    responsible lending and borrowing, socially and environmentally responsible investment and
    sustainability, Islamic finance.
  • GBF 500: Corporate Governance: The course will consider the fundamental issue of how
    corporations are run. The focus is on debates around how to improve the functioning of
    corporations in the post-Enron era and aims to develop an understanding of what constitutes
    good corporate governance and what the impact is of regulations and codes of practice.
  • GBF 510: Operations Management: This course introduces students to the intricacies of
    managing processes and operations. The course starts with a view of Operations
    Management in context, differentiating between the areas of strategy, design, operational
    resources management and quality improvement.

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