Reading List Sem 2 2019.pdf

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Unformatted text preview: BFF3331 International Banking and Finance Weekly Reading List 2‐2019 Week 1 Beginning 29 July Topics Introduction to International Banking Offshore & Euro Markets and Centres International Equity Markets & Funds Management 2 5 August 3 12 August 4 19 August 5 6 26 August 2 September 7 8 9 September 16 September 9 23 September Break 10 30 September 7 October 11 14 October Future in International Banking 12 21 October Unit Revision Lecture FX Rates and their Determinants FX Markets FX Risk Measurement and Management Calculating Exposures IMS, Organisations and FX regimes Trade, Payment Systems, Trade Financing and Countertrade NON‐TEACHING WEEK EESG, AML/CTF Readings 1. Lewis & Davis 2. Hogan et al. 1. Shapiro Chapter 13 2. Global Financial Center Index Shapiro Chapters 12: Section 12.2 (pages 423‐428 and 431‐447) and Chapter 15, Section 15.1 (pages 508‐527). Shapiro Chapters 2 and 4 Shapiro Chapter 7 Shapiro Chapters 19 and 11 Shapiro Chapters 10 and 11 Shapiro Chapter 3 and 12.3 pages 448‐450. Shapiro Chapter 18 1. Finel‐Honigman, I. and Sotelino, F.B. (2015) International Banking for New Century, pp. 191‐214. 2. Sinkey, J.F. (2002) Comercial Bank Financial Management pp. 629‐654. 1. Jenkins, P. (2018) We don’t take cash: Is this the future of money? Financial Times (10 May). 2. EY (2017) Basel IV: Finalizing post‐crisis reforms. 3. McKinsey & Company (2018) Asia’s digital banking race: Giving customers what they want. April. No readings. ...
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