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FIN 2700 Money, Banking and Financial Markets FIN 2700 Semester 2/2011 1 ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY MARTIN DE TOURS SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND BANKING SEMESTER 2 / 2011 (DAY PROGRAM ONLY) COURSE TITLE : FIN 2700 Money, Banking and Financial Markets ***** For NEW curriculum students only, not equivalent to BF 2700 ***** PRE-REQUISITE: BG 1200 MATHS FOR BUSINESS LECTURERS : Dr. Pathathai, Dr. Teerasak, Dr. Malinee, Dr. Niruncha, A Peerawich, A. Marisa, A. Rattana, and A. Sirikarn COURSE DESCRIPTION A foundation course discusses on the importance and functions of money, the impact of the monetary and fiscal policies on the money supply and how the financial markets and institutions allocate the money. The course also introduces the analysis of the financial statements, pricing of debt instruments, time value of money, interest rates determinants and international financial system. COURSE OBJECTIVES The students will be able to explain terminology of various financial concepts, functions of financial system, policy makers and their functions, sources and uses of financing, time value of money and pricing of financial instruments, financial statement analysis and financial planning, and international monetary system. TEXT BOOK Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 1 st Edition, Lloyd B. Thomas, Thomson Martin de Tours School of Management ’s Vision and Mission Vision: To be the leading international business school in the ASEAN region providing high quality business education to enable graduates to make invaluable contributions to organizations and society.
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