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||Iulia Cristina Iuga
||Iulia Cristina Iuga
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The aim of this field of study is to provide both specialized training for students in the banking profession, and training for a future scientific research.
In the first chapters we offer students a complex picture of the banking systems architecture that highlights the diversity of banking institutions, the role and importance of finance and banking marketing in the present economic and social context.
After the incursion in the first chapters, the emphasis is on the notions concerning international payment instruments, the risks faced by a bank, the mechanisms of prudential banking supervision activity course and banking strategies to increase profitability. Issues related to banking strategies a
Course Entry Requirements:
CHAPTER 1. THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
CHAPTER 2. THE STRUCTURE OF BANKING SYSTEMS. THE CONTENT AND FUNCTIONS OF THE BANKING SYSTEM
CHAPTER 3. COMMERCIAL BANK OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 4. PAYMENT INSTRUMENTS. PAYMENT INSTRUMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
CHAPTER 5. CENTRAL BANKS AND THEIR OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 6. THE BANK CARD
CHAPTER 7. CREDIT RISK, LIQUIDITY RISK, OPERATIONAL RISK, LEGAL RISK, SYSTEMIC RISK
CHAPTER 8. BANKS STRATEGY
Lecture, conversation, exemplification.
The present course aims to provide students with the main operations that a commercial and a central bank carries out, with deepening knowledge in banking loan operations, with the correct definition of the risks faced by a bank, and establishing the relationships that this course has with other disciplines.
This course contributes to shaping and strengthening the managerial vision on banking activity, presenting both conceptual and methodological issues, and also quantitative measuring tools for the phenomena and risks referenced to in each chapter.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Written exam – 70%; verification during semester – 30%.
• Government Emergency Ordinance No. 99 of 6 December 2006 on Credit Institutions and Capital Adequacy