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Syllabus E4729 (v. June 2010). Copyright © 2010 by L.M. Tilman & Co. All rights reserved. 1 Financial Institutions, Markets, and Risk (E4729) Columbia University Professor: Leo M. Tilman L.M. Tilman & Co. & Columbia University Course Description: This core curriculum course introduces students pursuing a graduate degree in financial engineering to the main areas and concepts of modern finance. The course’s objective is to provide the broadest possible perspective on how financial theory and real-life practice interact, preparing students for successful careers in the financial industry and paving the way for in-depth studies that follow. Logistics : July 7-August 4, 2010; WF; 9am-11:30pm; 633 Mudd LMT Contact : lmt13@columbia.edu Final Exam: Tuesday, August 4, 9-11:30 Grading: 70% final; 30% home works TAs: Jinbeom Kim (jk3071@columbia.edu ) Rafael Lobato (rdl2115@columbia.edu ) Ceci Zenteno (acz2103@columbia.edu ) John Patti (LMTC, john.patti@lmtilman.com ) Office hours : TAs and LMT by appointment Lecture 1. (7/7/09) Introduction to Finance Course objectives & logistics Sneak preview: the 2007-2009 financial crisis Capital structure and balance sheets of corporations Flows of funds, financial institutions, and capital markets
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Syllabus E4729 (v. June 2010). Copyright © 2010 by L.M. Tilman & Co. All rights reserved. 2 Primary and secondary markets; supply and demand; trading mechanisms
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