9 Financial Instituions

9 Financial - SYLLABUS Year 2006 Course No 33177 Course Title FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Course Classification Elective major course Credit 3.0

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SYLLABUS Year. 2006 Course No. 33177 Course Title FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Course Classification Elective major course Credit 3.0 Grade 83 Professor Hwang Sun Wung Course Description This course is a undergraduate course to acquaint students with the major concepts in the theory of financial institutions. We examine the theory of financial institutions that facilitate the flow of funds from individuals to finance investments by corporations, governments, and individuals. Financial institutions are the key players in financial markets because they serve as intermediaries that determine the flow of funds. Course Goals This course is designed to provide a conceptual framework that can be used to understand why markets exist. Each type of financial market is described, with a focus on the securities that are traded in that market and the participation by financial institutions. Course Procedures Class sessions will be devoted to the discussion of reading assignments. Students are expected to have read the materials
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9 Financial - SYLLABUS Year 2006 Course No 33177 Course Title FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Course Classification Elective major course Credit 3.0

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