Bank Management (l.m.)

Bank Management (l.m.)

Lauree Magistrali (DM 270/04)

Professore: Daniele Angelo Previati 

SCHEDA DELL’INSEGNAMENTO

Tipologia di insegnamento
SSD  (SECS-P/11)
Lingua  Italiano
Cfu/ECTS  9
Anno di corso  2°
Semestre  2°
Ore di attività frontale
Ore di studio individuale
Propedeuticità    The prerequisites for the course are the recommended (not compulsory) attendance of a undergraduate course on financial system (Economia degli Intermediari Finanziari)
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Obiettivi del corso

This course is an introduction to both theoretical and practical issues related to the modern banking business. The course begins with an overview of the role and genesis of the financial system and the nature of financial intermediation. It covers the main characteristics and types of banks (e.g., commercial and mutual; retail and wholesale), the role of central banks, and analyses recent trends and developments in relation to both domestic and international banking markets. The course also explores the main items contained in banks’ financial statements and explains how to assess bank performance by using basic financial ratios. Relating to bank profitability, we analyze accounting-based measures, market-based indicators, as well as risk-adjusted performance measures.
The second part of the course focuses on the bank risk-taking,  internal control systems and risk management systems,  by analyzing international banks cases, with special reference to G-SIBs (Global Systemically Important Banks). The aim of this second part is to explore some main managerial topics faced by international banks in this era of great transformation, and the emerging field of Fintech
After completing this course students should be able to:
– Define bank financial intermediaries
– Explain the differences between banks and other financial intermediaries
– Explain the role and functions of central banks
– Analyse and interpret basic banks’ financial statements and the key performance ratios and measures
– Understand the risks in banking and the role of internal control systems and risk management systems
– Critically evaluate the managerial evolution of international banks and the emerging field of Fintech
Teaching methods include: lectures (you are expected to do reading and preparation before the lecture); assisted teamwork for analysing banks’ cases (you are expected to do reading and collect data before the teamwork); seminars about risk management systems, regulation, Fintech (you are expected to do reading and preparation before the seminar, and then to discuss with the lecturer). 

Programma

Metodo di valutazione

The course assessment is as follows:
-attending students: they will be assessed by an oral examination on two of the main topics analyzed during the course, in one of the scheduled dates in the calendar of exams, and by the level of team performance during the course
– not attending students: they will be assessed by an oral examination (100%) in one of the scheduled dates in the calendar of exams.

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AVVISI

This course is in English. All lectures, seminars, case discussions and project works need a good understanding of English.

Testi

Casu B., Girardone C., Molyneux P. (2015), Introduction to banking, FT Prentice Hall (selected chapters for attending students; all for not attending students)

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Bank Management (l.m.)

Lauree Magistrali (DM 270/04)

Professor: Daniele Angelo Previati 

COURSE DETAILS

Type of course
SSD  (SECS-P/11)
Language  Italian
ECTS  9
Course Year  2°
Semester  2°
Hours of lecturers
Hours of self study
Prerequisites  The prerequisites for the course are the recommended (not compulsory) attendance of a undergraduate course on financial system (Economia degli Intermediari Finanziari)
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Objectives of the course

Course content

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Examination schedule

NEWS

  • 12 aprile 2017 - Ricevimento professor Previati:

    Il prossimo ricevimento si svolgerà mercoledì 26 luglio alle ore 15. Il successivo sarà giovedì 7 settembre alle ore 15. 

    Per gli orari di ricevimento consultare periodicamente gli avvisi sulla pagina docente sul sito del Dipartimento di Studi Aziendali http://disa.uniroma3.it/mission/docenti/daniele-angelo-previati/

     

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