Course Description

BUSINESS F711
Financial Institutions

This course examines, from a managerial perspective, the major types of financial institutions in Canada: chartered banks, trust companies, investment banks, and insurance companies, and their roles in money, credit, and capital markets. Course coverage includes financial analysis of representative intermediaries, the role of the central bank and financial regulatory authorities, money market instruments, credit analysis for commercial lending, and strategies for managing financial institutions in a dynamic regulatory, technological, and internationally competitive environment. This course is recommended for students considering a career in the financial services industry.

  • Prerequisite: F600

Course Offerings

Winter 2018

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Winter 2017

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Winter 2016

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Winter 2015

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Winter 2014

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Winter 2013

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